Mamata Banerjee Tanj, BJP leader on the pretext of Mukhtar Ansari, said – one in wheelchair for fear of defeat, another for fear of being killed

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Madhya Pradesh Home Minister and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Narottam Mishra, who has made headlines with his statements, has targeted West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee and Bahujan Samad Party leader Mukhtar Ansari on Wednesday. He said that there are two wheelchair famous in the country these days. One is in a wheelchair for fear of defeat and the other for fear of being killed.

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Addressing an election rally in Asansol, Narottam Mishra said that a wheelchair had reached Banda in Uttar Pradesh from Punjab. The other one is here. One is in a wheelchair for fear of being overpowered. The second is fear of hitting. These days the wheelchair is in an awkward position.

Let us tell you that the gangster-turned-politician Mukta Ansari, who had spent more than two years in Punjab jail on extortion case, was brought to Uttar Pradesh Police’s Banda Jail by the Special Protection Team of Uttar Pradesh Police on Wednesday. While being presented in a district court in Mohali, Ansari was seen in a wheelchair. During his appearance, he had told the court that his health was not good. The court had asked the jail authorities to undergo a medical test.

Also, West Bengal Chief Minister and TMC Supremo Mamata Banerjee’s foot was injured during the election campaign in Nandigram last month. After this incident, the Chief Minister is campaigning sitting in a wheelchair. He had alleged that he was pushed by the mob.

Addressing a public meeting at Deobandpur in Hooghly on Monday, Mamata Banerjee targeted the BJP and said, “Can the BJP people not find local candidates to contest elections? They don’t have local people. All their people are TMC or CPM. Borrowing from. Money is being shed like water. I will win Bengal on one leg and win Delhi on two legs in future. ”

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