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HM Amit Shah Says Mamata's Govt Runs On 3T Model 'Tanashahi, Tolabazi, Tushtikaran'

While addressing a rally, Home Minister Amit Shah said that Mamata Banerjee of running a '3T' model which stands for  Tanashahi, Tolabazi, and Tushtikaran.


A day after the second phase of the assembly election, Union Home Minister Amit Shah addressed a mega rally in Cooch Behar of West Bengal on Friday. He accuses Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee of running a '3T' model which stands for  Tanashahi, Tolabazi, and Tushtikaran, whereas Prime Minister Narendra Modi runs the government on  '3V' model which stands for  Vikas, Vishwas, and Vyapar. 

The HM said, "Didi is running the government on a 3T model: Tanashahi, Tolabazi, and Tushtikaran, but Modi Ji runs it on a 3V model: Vikas, Vishwas, Vyapar."

'Your development will be our topmost priority': HM Amit Shah 

Focussing on development plans in the northern part of the state, Shah said, "Your development will be our topmost priority if we form a government. We'll give Rs 2000 crores to the North Bengal development board for your development. There'll also be a battalion of Rajbanshi youth, to pay tribute to Narayani Sena."

On Mamata Banerjee and Nandigram 

Taking a dig at WB CM Mamata Banerjee, he said, "Yesterday, it has been decided in Nandigram that Didi is losing the election there. Later Didi's advisors went to her and asked her 'Didi! where would you fight from now?'. She replied, 'Let me fight from anywhere but North Bengal as the people of North Bengal are not going to vote for me.' "

On Political Violence in North Bengal 

Pressing on the issue of violence in the area, he added, "The political violence that has taken place in North Bengal, once you give Narendra Modi a chance, the BJP will end this political violence from North Bengal forever."

West Bengal Assembly Elections 

The first phase of the West Bengal Assembly elections concluded with a voter turnout of 79.79 percent and the second phase concluded on Thursday with a voter turnout of 80.43 percent. Bengal's other phases of elections are scheduled on  April 6, April 10, April 17, April 22, April 26, and April 29 with results to be announced on May 2. 

(With ANI Inputs)

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