Prime Minister Narendra Modi, during a rally in Uttar Pradesh, had promised to install the statue at the same spot where it stood before being desecrated on Tuesday
LokSabha Elections 2019:Boss Minister Mamata Banerjee said Thursday Bengal does not require cash from the BJP, it has enough assets to remake the Vidyasagar statue that was vandalized at a Kolkata school following Amit Shah’s roadshow.
Executive Narendra Modi, amid a rally in Uttar Pradesh, had guaranteed to introduce the statue at a similar spot where it remained before being profaned on Tuesday.
Tending to a rally here, Banerjee stated, “Modi has guaranteed to reconstruct the Vidyasagar statue in Kolkata. For what reason should we take their (BJP’s) cash, Bengal has enough assets.”
She additionally assaulted the BJP, asserting that vandalizing statues was one of its propensities and that the gathering has done as such in Tripura also.
“The BJP has obliterated 200-year-old legacy of West Bengal, those supporting the gathering won’t be acknowledged by the general public,” she cautioned.
Hitting out at the saffron party over its internet based life posts, the Trinamool Congress supremo additionally said that the BJP had been spreading canards over Facebook and Twitter.
“The BJP is attempting to prompt individuals and cause riots with its phony posts via web-based networking media,” she included.