Amid the unprecedented political battle between BJP and Trinamool, RSS has stepped in and called the West Bengal Chief Minister 'a blot on democracy' over her 'choor choor' comment.
Calling the Trinamool supremo anti-democratic, anti-secular and anti-fundamental rights, RSS leader Indresh Kumar has asked Banerjee to apologise to the country and people of Bengal.
He said, "Mamata is anti-democracy, anti-secular and anti- fundamental rights. This is shameful and hurtful at the same time. She even says that I will not consider the Prime Minister as the Prime Minister."
"In the coming time, for democracy, she is a blot. She must apologise to the country and amend her behavior, or else neither will Bengal forgive her, nor the country," he added.
Earlier in the day, while addressing a prayer meet on the occasion of Eid in Kolkata on Wednesday, the West Bengal chief minister raised her "Choor Choor" remarks once again. However, this time in a secular message for the citizens of India.
Addressing the gathering, she said: "Tyaag ka naam hai Hindu, Imaan ka naam hai Musalman, Pyaar ka naam hai Isaai, Sikhon ka naam hai Balidan. Ye hai hamara pyaara Hindustan. Iski raksha humlog karenge. Jo humse takraega wo choor choor ho jaega. Ye hamara slogan hai".
(Sacrifice stands for Hindu, faith stands for Muslim, love stands for Christian, Sikh stands for sacrifice. This is our beloved India. We will protect this country. Those who will fight with us, will be broken into pieces. This is our slogan.)
Later, in a veiled attack at the PM Modi and BJP who won the mandate in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, Mamata Banerjee asserted that they won the polls by "capturing" the EVM, claiming that they will go away soon. Mamata Banerjee also recited the famous Urdu Shayari to validate her statement: Muddai lakh bura chahe to kya hota hai, Woho hota hai jo manjure khuda hota hai.
Despite the resistance of a territorial Mamata Banerjee, the BJP managed to make inroads in the state and won 18 out of state's 42 Lok Sabha seats, while the ruling Trinamool won 22 seats.