The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Dilip Ghosh issued a warning on Sunday to those who are against saying ‘Bharat Mata ki Jai’ and ‘Jai Sri Ram’, according to ANI. The West Bengal party president, according to India Today, added, “Gujarat to Guwahati, Kashmir to Kanyakumari, people must say ‘Bharat Mata ki Jai’ & ‘Jai Sri Ram’. Whoever opposes will be history.” On Sunday, he also shared an image on his Twitter account inaugurating an Eye & Health Checkup camp at Rangkol, Ward 93, Kolkata that was organised by Netaji Sangha in association with AMRI Hospitals.
Earlier on Friday, he had also retaliated in kind against Mamata Banerjee’s remarks and said that she attacked BJP as she is scared of BJP’s rise in West Bengal. “It is evident from our electoral performance that the people of West Bengal are with BJP. The party has been winning elections everywhere and received huge mandates. She (Mamata) is saying all these because she is scared of our party’s rise in West Bengal,” Ghosh was quoted as saying by The Indian Express in Kolkata.
“She said the government is using agencies like CBI against her party leaders. Let me remind her that it was the CPM, which had gone to the court demanding a CBI probe in Saradha chit fund case. In Narada sting case too, the court ordered a probe. Instead of taking action against those leaders, she is putting the blame on BJP and speaking rubbish. If Trinamool Congress MP Sudip Bandyopadhyay is innocent, he will definitely come out of jail. But we believe that she is now afraid of the judicial system of the country,” he added, according to Indian Express.
Slamming the Mamata government for allegedly lodging false cases against BJP workers, Ghosh said: “False cases are being lodged against our workers every day. The police are using batons on people participating in religious processions. The more her government uses batons on us, the more people will join the BJP.”