Hitting out at West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee for blocking rallies from occurring, PM Modi, on Thursday, has wondered whether 'Didi will allow my Dum Dum rally to occur or not' adding that she might block his helicopter from landing too while addressing a rally in Mau, Uttar Pradesh.
"This evening my rally is scheduled in Kolkata's Dum Dum area. Let us see if whether Didi allows em to conduct the rally or not. If it is her will, she will not even allow my helicopter to land there," he said.
Reminding the public of how Banerjee had blocked PM Modi from rallying in Cooch Behar by building a stage for her own party at the location where the Prime Minister was scheduled to rally.
"In Cooch Behar, where my rally was supposed to happen, Didi built a stage for her own rally and did not let me rally. I have been seeing Didi's behaviour for many days, which is against democracy. Now the entire country is also seeing it," he added.
In the same rally, he attacked Banerjee stating that she has no belief in the elected Prime Minister of India and said he had to leave the stage at a rally in West Bengal due to "TMC hooliganism".
"Mamata Didi has no belief in the Prime Minister of India who is democratically elected by 130 crore people of the country. She believes in Pakistan's Prime Minister but not in the Indian one," Modi said.
The TMC and the BJP have been locked in a bitter fight with every phase of the national elections in West Bengal witnessing clashes between workers of the two parties. Reiterating TMC's hooliganisms he said:
"I remember the hooliganism of TMC during my Paschim Medinipur rally. In the state's Thakurnagar, the situation became so bad that I had to stop my speech in between and leave the stage," he said.
Modi also promised to build a grand statue of Ishwarchandra Vidyasagar at the same spot where the old one stood before being vandalized on Tuesday.
"Similar hooliganism by TMC workers was again on display during Amit Shah's roadshow in Kolkata, they vandalized Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar's statue. We are committed to Vidyasagar's vision and will install his grand statue at the same spot," he said.
Modi is scheduled to address a total of five rallies - three rallies in Mau, Chandauli, Mirzapur of Uttar Pradesh and two rallies in West Bengal's Maturapur and Dum Dum.