West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee did not speak in protest of Netaji’s birth anniversary celebrations in Victoria in the presence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi with the slogan ‘joy Shri Ram’. He ended his brief protest speech by saying ‘joy Hind’ and ‘joy Bangla’. This time, Mamata Banerjee was attacked by Amit Malviya, the head of the BJP’s IT cell and co-observer in West Bengal, using the slogan ‘Joy Bangla’.
In a tweet on Sunday, Mamata Banerjee sneered under the name ‘EPC’ and wrote Amit Malviya, ‘Yesterday I raised the slogan’ EPC ‘to’ Joy Bangla ‘. Did he know that it was the war cry of the liberation war of Bangladesh? The liberation war led by Sheikh Mujibur Rahman used the slogan ‘Joy Bangla’। the liberation war of Bangladesh was against Pakistan. So Amit Malviya’s question is, “Ummata: from whom are you seeking independence?”
He alleged that Mamata Banerjee had highlighted her ideology of communal politics in yesterday’s program. Why did Amit Malviya say this? ”He said,“ Slogans were also chanted when the Prime Minister appeared on the stage. Similarly, slogans were chanted during Mamata Banerjee’s speech. But it was the ‘PC’ that got worse. He can read Kalma (religious words of Muslims) at the state government function but the problem is with the slogan ‘Joy Shri Ram’?
In another tweet, Amit Malviya wrote, “In the event where Mamata Banerjee did not speak, the slogans ‘Vandemataram’, ‘Bharatmata Ki Joy’ and ‘Joy Shri Ram’ were uttered. The central character of spiritual consciousness is Lord Rama. Is there any problem for Mamata Banerjee in that? She is the answer to this question. ‘