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Smriti Irani slams CM Mamata for her 'comments' against paramilitary forces

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Smriti Irani slams CM Mamata for her 'comments' against paramilitary forces

Smriti Irani slams CM Mamata for her 'comments' against paramilitary forces

A day after 3rd phase of West Bengal assembly elections, Union Minister for Women and Child Development Minister and BJP leader Smriti Irani targeted Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee over her remarks on paramilitary forces.

"Mamata ji's hooliganism took another turn but people of West Bengal have decided to stop it.

She can see her defeat in these polls.

She was against poor in Bengal and is now speaking against paramilitary forces," said Smriti Irani in Phansidewa, Darjeeling.

In a rally in Cooch Behar, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said, "We want free and fair polls, public should be allowed to cast their votes.

CRPF shouldn't obstruct them from entering the polling center.

I respect CRPF who are real jawans but I don't respect BJP CRPF who are doing nuisance, attacking women and harassing people."


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