Mamata Banerjee, who was sitting on the back of an electric scooter, went to the Rai Mantu Secretariat and made an experiment on her return and fell down. Didi fell while driving an electric scooter.
Mamata Banerjee: Sitting on the back of an electric scooter, Mamata Banerjee went to the Rai Mantu Secretariat and made an experiment on her return and fell down. Didi fell while driving an electric scooter. The crew next door responded immediately and stopped her from falling. The crew then took Mamata’s electric scooter very slowly and carefully for some distance. However .. for almost a kilometer .. if Didi was not sitting on the Scooty .. netizens are commenting that it looks like some more people are pushing the bike forward from behind.
CM Mamata Banerjee traveled on an electric scooter in Howrah on Wednesday to protest the rise in petrol prices. One of the staff drove the scooter and sat behind her and reached the secretariat in Nabanna. Mamata then tried to drive an electric scooter from the secretariat to Kalighat. Some locals took photos and videos on their mobile phones. Didi Netizens are commenting that you are running Scooty well. The video related to this is now going viral.
Didi said that petrol and diesel rates in the country have gone up tremendously and the price of cooking gas has also gone up since last night. That’s why this Scooty traveled. Wearing a helmet and mask, she made this “strange trip”. She alleged that Prime Minister Modi was selling the country and that this government was an anti-farmers, anti-people, anti-women, anti-youth government. They want this government to step down. She said that this government did not take the wall of the common people and that it was atrocious to increase the prices of petro products drastically. Assembly elections will be held in Bengal in April-May. In this context, the Mamata government is taking all possible measures to counter the BJP in particular. Allegations and allegations between Trinamool, the Congress and the BJP have become commonplace in the state. Prime Minister Modi, who recently visited Hooghly district, slammed the TMC rule in the state. He questioned whether the Center had given a grant of Rs 1,700 crore to Bengal, of which only Rs 608 crore had been spent and what about the rest.