A day after the Saffron party swept the nation with a bigger majority than 2014, garnering 302 seats on its own decimating all Opposition parties in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, Trinamool chief and West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has shared a cryptic poem voicing her disapproval of BJP's focussed Hinduism and calling all her defeated compatriots to come together and awaken everyone else.
She took to Twitter to share a poem in three languages (Hindi, English, and Bengali).
The poem titled 'I do not agree' speaks of her belief in tolerance and that religion draws light from humanism. She also condemns the way BJP uses religion as a trump card to instigate aggression while alluding to the massive funding the saffron party receives. In the end, she makes a fervent plea to all who believe in peace to come together and awaken the nation.
Earlier on Thursday, after the BJP passed the halfway mark, she had congratulated the winners and said that 'all losers are not losers'. Taking to Twitter as the counting was underway, she added that after the voting process completes, then her party will share views with the people.
With the official count in the Lok Sabha elections over on Friday, the BJP has secured 303 seats, which is 22 more than it got in the 2014 elections and along with its allies, the NDA took its tally up to 352 in the 17th Lok Sabha. After winning the people's mandate, PM Modi shared the formula of success for the NDA win tweeting the BJP motto 'Sabka saath sabka vikaas'