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Didi you'll have to leave Nabanna with 'Taka Maar Company': PM Modi

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Didi you'll have to leave Nabanna with 'Taka Maar Company': PM Modi

Didi you'll have to leave Nabanna with 'Taka Maar Company': PM Modi

As Prime Minister campaigns in West Bengal's South 24 Parganas ahead of third phase of voting, he targeted Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee and said people of Bengal have planned exit of "Taka Maar Company" (TMC) from Nabanna.

"Some people in TMC had decided to field Mamata Didi from another seat but some intelligent persons told her that it would be her second biggest mistake.

Some people told her that if she would lose both seats, it will become very difficult for TMC to function as a party in future," said PM Modi in Sonarpur.

He added, "Didi, you should trust the people of Bengal.

People of Bengal have given their verdict.

It is decided that you will have to leave Nabanna with your Taka Maar Company (TMC)."


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