Afraid of no one, can’t be intimidated by prison: Mamata Banerjee


The ruling TMC and BJP are engaged in a fierce battle to win the Assembly elections.


West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said on Sunday that she was not afraid of anyone and could not be intimidated by jail or anything else.

Holding a challenge without naming anyone or political party, Trinamool’s congressional supremo said he had not learned how to lose.

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“Don’t try to intimidate us with the prison, we have fought against guns and are not afraid to fight against rats,” she said.

“As long as there is life in me, I will not be afraid of any intimidation,” Ms. Banerjee said during a program here on International Mother Language Day.

The chief minister’s agenda was after the CBI served notice on behalf of MP TMC and his nephew’s wife and sister-in-law Abhishek Banerjee on Sunday in connection with an alleged case of coal theft.


“Let there be a challenge in 21, let’s see who is stronger; there will only be one game out of 21 and I will be the goalkeeper in this game and I want to see who wins and who loses” , Ms. Banerjee said.

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“We haven’t learned to lose and they won’t be able to beat us,” Banerjee said without naming anyone.

The ruling TMC and BJP are engaged in a fierce battle to win the soon-to-be-expected West Bengal Assembly elections.

(Except for the title, this story was not edited by The Bharat Express News staff and is posted Platforms.)



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