Tuesday , June 18 2024

Modi alleged, Mamata tried hard to stop Ramnavi celebrations

New Delhi: There are two days left for the first phase of Lok Sabha elections and on the eve of Ram Navami, West Bengal has witnessed controversy over politics and religion. Prime Minister Narendra Modi fiercely targeted Mamata Banerjee and Trinamool Congress. PM Modi said that Trinamool Congress tried a lot to stop Ram Navami festival in Bengal but truth prevailed.

Addressing an election rally in Balurghat, West Bengal, Prime Minister Modi said that this is the first Ram Navami when Ram Lalla has been enshrined in the grand Ram temple in Ayodhya. I know that TMC, as always, tried to stop the Ram Navami celebrations here, but truth prevailed. Therefore, the approval of the High Court has been received and tomorrow the Ram Navami procession will be started with full faith and devotion. On this occasion, PM Modi congratulated the people of the state. “The Trinamool government does not allow Ramnavmi rallies but allows stone pelting at Ramnavmi rallies,” he said. It is noteworthy that last year riots broke out in Bengal on Ram Navami.

PM Modi criticized the Trinamool government for opposing CAA in Bengal. The Prime Minister said that Trinamool Congress supports infiltrators, but opposes 'CAA', the law that gives citizenship to refugees. Trinamool Congress has given West Bengal to infiltrators and gangsters. The entire country is shocked by the crime against women in Sandeshkhali. Despite opposition from Trinamool Congress, BJP will do everything for the development of West Bengal. Prime Minister Modi claimed that corruption and crime have become a 'full-time business' under the Trinamool regime. In Bihar, in response to the allegations of changing the Constitution, PM Modi said that he has full faith in Baba Saheb Ambedkar's Constitution. It was he who started celebrating Constitution Day from school to the Supreme Court.