West Bengal BJP leaders protested against the state government with models of mosquito nets and mosquitoes over the rising cases of dengue in the state. West Bengal LOP Suvendu Adhikari said that the Health Minister does not come to the House (Legislative Assembly). There is no discussion on health and home departments, they do not raise questions. Now tell who is responsible for this condition of the state?
Bharatiya Janata Party MLA Agnimitra Paul on Tuesday claimed that the Trinamool Congress-led state government would not survive after December this year. There will be a 'Bada Khela' in West Bengal. He further claimed that more than 30 MLAs of the ruling TMC are in touch with the BJP and the survival of the Mamata Banerjee-led government is at stake.
Paul claimed to have 'played' here in December. More than 30 TMC MLAs are in touch with our party. They know that their government will not last long after December. Their existence is at stake. The BJP leader also claimed that Mamata Banerjee is running a bankrupt government. West Bengal is heading towards a financial emergency. Our leadership is repeatedly claiming that there will be a big game in December. We are heading towards a financial emergency. This is a bankrupt government. They don't have money.
He said that 50 percent of those running the state are in jail. The remaining 50 percent will also go to jail. Who will run the government? The BJP leader's comments come weeks after the party's state president Sukanta Majumdar claimed in September that over 40 TMC leaders were in touch with the BJP. He further claimed that the TMC government would fall in December.
Similar claims were also made by BJP leader and film star Mithun Chakraborty, who claimed to be in touch with TMC MLAs. Mithun Chakraborty had said that I am in touch with 21 MLAs of Mamta Banerjee's party, I have said this earlier also, and I stand by my words. I request you to wait for the time.
Earlier, Leader of the Opposition in West Bengal Suvendu Adhikari had said that the ruling Trinamool Congress (TMC) in the state would not last even for the next six months. His remarks came after the ruling party put up posters claiming that a new and reformed TMC would emerge in the next six months.