Mamata Banerjee, the chief minister of the Indian state of West Bengal, made a new splash on the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), claiming that the controversial citizenship amendment law was a ruling that the ruling party should withdraw citizenship from Indian nationals and give it to foreigners who fund it.
Addressing the Trinamool Congress Student Wing's sit-in against the controversial citizenship law in Kolkata, the Indian Express reported that Mamata Banerjee said, "It is a trick to legally take citizenship from citizens and give it to these foreigners." Is the one who gave the funds to the BJP. '
He claimed that 'those who helped the BJP in taking foreign funds and whitewashing black money would be given Indian citizenship in return.'
It should be noted that two weeks ago, Mamata Banerjee had criticized Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi for talking to her citizens all the time about going to Pakistan, saying that he was talking like an ambassador to Pakistan.
Addressing the rally against the controversial citizenship bill in Sali Gowri, West Bengal, Mamata Banerjee addressed the Bharatiya Janata Party government and Narendra Modi and said, "You bring everything to Pakistan like an ambassador of Pakistan, day." Glorify the night. '
Narendra Modi also met the Chief Minister of West Bengal during a visit to Kolkata a few days ago.
Later on, Mamata Banerjee had told reporters about the meeting that she had asked Narendra Modi to cancel the citizenship amendment law 'for the wider interests of the country'.
It is to be noted that there have been strong protests against the controversial citizenship law in India last month, and West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has come out strong against the law and said that the law in her state The body will be enforced by passing through it.
Violent protests against the controversial citizenship law in India are underway, which has killed dozens of people and banned protests in various states so far.
Thousands of citizens, including students and Muslims, are protesting against the controversial citizenship law.