After Modi, Shivraj Singh Chouhan slams Mamata in West Bengal rallies

Kolkata, May 9: Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan lashed out at his West Bengal counterpart and Trinamool Congress (TMC) chief Mamata Banerjee at a rally in Kanthi in West Bengal on Thursday.

Singh compared Banerjee to the previous Left regime and accused her of ruining West Bengal within three years of coming to power.

Speaking in support of the BJP candidate from Kanthi where election will take place on May 12, Chouhan said West Bengal has improved in corruption but fell back in terms of development.

Chouhan said the Mamata Banerjee government has done little for industrialisation in West Bengal despite making tall promises. He also slammed her on the issue of returning land to the farmers in Singur where the Tata Motors had planned to set up a car factory but withdrew later in the face of political problem.

Chouhan said Mamata Banerjee ruined West Bengal in just 3 years

Chouhan, who won his third straight term as the chief minister in MP last December, said one need not seek special financial package from the Centre if there is a will to bring development.

He also echoed the words of BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi who said during his rally in West Bengal that Bangladeshi infiltrators would be thrown out. He also criticised Banerjee on the issue of giving Indian citizenship to the Matua community at another rally.

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