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"Muslim Vote Bank Has Slipped From Her", says PM Modi while attacking Mamata’s appeasement politics

WebdeskApr 07, 2021, 11:28 AM IST

"Muslim Vote Bank Has Slipped From Her", says PM Modi while attacking Mamata’s appeasement politics

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday slammed Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee over minority appeasement while addressing a mega rally in Cooch Behar. PM Modi said, "Didi recently asked all Muslims to vote en masse for her. It shows that the Muslim vote-bank is slipping out of her hands. Had we said the same thing - that all Hindus should unite - everybody would have criticized us. The EC would have sent us notices. We would have been censored." Attacking the West Bengal CM Prime Minister Modi said, "I heard that Didi is asking questions these days about whether the 'BJP is God' so that it comes to know about big victory in the first two phases. Oh, Didi...We are ordinary people, and with the blessings of God, we are committed to the service of the nation. "

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