Shubendu Adhikari, a former Trinamool Congress MLA and recently joined BJP, attacked the Mamata Banerjee government while doing a road show in her home town East Midnapore on Thursday. He also gave a new slogan for BJP amidst huge crowd. Giving a new slogan, he said, “This time, two hundred crosses.” It should be known that Union Home Minister Amit Shah has also set a target of winning 200 seats of BJP in the upcoming assembly elections in West Bengal. He had recently inducted several TeamAC leaders, including Shubhendu Adhikari, into the saffron party during his two-day tour of Bengal.
A large crowd gathered at the roadshow of the newly-elected BJP leader Shubhendu Adhikari. It was so crowded that BJP leaders were able to walk a few inches in a minute. Party leaders also said that it may take several hours to complete the five-kilometer journey to the rally ground. Addressing local media at the roadshow, Shubhendu Adhikari said, “She (Mamta Banerjee) will come second in the race this time. This time, two hundred crosses. ”
Shubhendu Adhikari further said that the more attacks the Trinamool Congress will make on me, the more it will lose in East and West Midnapore. I will address the rally in West Midnapore on Sunday. Bengal is my home and India is my country. ”At the same time, the Chief Minister of the state Mamta Banerjee will also address the rally in Nandigram, where Shubhendu Adhikari has been representing till his resignation.
Unique slogans in officer’s roadshow
In the road show of BJP leader Shubhendu Adhikari, his supporters raised a lot of slogans. During this time, the supporters shouted slogans in a peculiar way, “Hare Krishna Hare-Hare, BJP Ghare-Ghare”. said. Shubhendu Adhikari said, “Sri Chaitanya spread the message of universal love, hence this slogan has been given. We are paying homage to Purushottam Ram and Shri Chaitanya at the same time. ”
TMC rally in the officer’s stronghold
The Trinamool Congress rallied in the stronghold of Shubhendu Adhikari on Wednesday and targeted him fiercely. The party rallied at the officer’s home town of Kanthi in East Midnapore district and showed his stamina and declared him to be a traitor. The rally was addressed by TMC MP Saugata Roy and Minister Firhad Hakim. Saugat Roy said in the rally, “Shubhendu is not a strong person in Bengal politics. He lost the first assembly and Lok Sabha elections. He won his first assembly election from Kanthi South in 2006. He was given two important portfolios in the cabinet. What else did he want? He is a traitor.