Monday, 17 June 2024
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Mamata criticizes the ‘autocratic’ BJP and One Nation, One Election

  • At an election rally, Mamata Banerjee declared that the party has to go to preserve India’s independence.
  • She declared that there would be no more elections in the nation if the BJP won the next round of voting.
  • Goyal regarded the opposition parties’ criticism of the BJP platform as a reflection of their defeatist outlook.

At an election rally, Mamata Banerjee, the chief minister of West Bengal and leader of the TMC, attacked the BJP and declared that the party has to go to preserve India’s independence.

She declared that there would be no more elections in the nation if the BJP won the next round of voting. The leader of the TMC continued by saying that if this party wins the next polls, there won’t be any more elections in the nation.

One Nation, One Election

Days before the first round of Lok Sabha elections, former BJD MP Prabhas Kumar Singh announced his candidacy for the BJP, lauding PM Narendra Modi’s leadership and denouncing the Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik’s party. Singh said that there was no “dignity and self-respect” in the Biju Janata Dal (BJD) and chastised the party for missing these qualities.

Piyush Goyal, a union minister and BJP contender for the Mumbai North Lok Sabha constituency, declared that following his election to a third term, his party would enact the Uniform Civil Code (UCC). Goyal regarded the opposition parties’ criticism of the BJP platform as a reflection of their defeatist outlook.

Mamata Banerjee, the chief minister of West Bengal, also denounced the Election Commission for allegedly “favoring” the BJP and vowed to stage a hunger strike outside the Commission should there be even one riot in the state. Banerjee claimed that the Commission removed Murshidabad’s Deputy Inspector General of Police at the BJP’s request.

The amount of seizures revealed by the Election Commission is Rs 4,650 crore, which is more than the Rs 3,475 crore that was retrieved during the 2019 parliamentary elections. Over Rs 395 crore is the cash component, while over Rs 489 crore is the liquor component. Medication makes up at least 45% of the seizures, totaling Rs 2,069 crore.

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