West Bengal politics is heating up as the time for elections approaches. The war of words between the leaders continues.
West Bengal assembly elections 2021: West Bengal politics is heating up as the time for elections approaches. The war of words between the leaders continues. Allies, including the TMC, are strongly countering the words of leaders who have joined the BJP, especially from the ruling TMC. Former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah has once again criticized the BJP. He commented that Bengal is another Kashmir.
BJP Nandigram candidate Suvendu Adhikari organized a road show in Muchipara as part of the West Bengal election campaign. Speaking on the occasion, Suvendu said, “If the Trinamool Congress comes to power again, Bengal will become another Kashmir.” Former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah has reacted sharply to remarks made by a Swedish official. Omar responded to Suwandu’s comments on Twitter, saying his comments were “stupid and meaningless”. BJP leaders say Kashmir has become a paradise after the Center repealed Article 370 in 2019, questioning whether it would be wrong for Bengal to become Kashmir as well. Omar Abdullah fired back saying that Bengalis love Kashmir so he forgives your ‘stupid’, tasteless comment.
But according to you BJP wallas Kashmir has become paradise after August 2019 so what’s wrong with West Bengal becoming Kashmir? Anyway, Bengalis love Kashmir & visit us in large numbers so we forgive you your stupid, tasteless comment. https://t.co/drxRLxvIO1
– Omar Abdullah (@OmarAbdullah)
However, Kashmir will always be plagued by terrorist attacks and violence. Therefore, it seems that the intention of the Suvendu official is not to change this state as well. But, these comments were mistaken by Omar Abdullah. Elections will be held in Bengal in 8 phases. The paramilitary forces are moving heavily for this, with the BJP focusing heavily on Bengal, one of the five states where elections will be held.
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