Daring her opponents to fight the Trinamool Congress politically, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Monday accused them of resorting to a “smear campaign” and said they would get a “big zero” in the coming Assembly election.
“Trinamool Congress is a people’s party. During our four-and-a-half-year rule we have done many development works for the people and served them. Whenever election comes they resort to smear campaign. They have no issue. Fight us politically,” the TMC chief said at an election meeting here.
“Why CPI-M, Congress and BJP did not give rice to the people at Rs 2 a kg. Who stopped them? They did nothing except hatching conspiracy. We don’t do dirty politics like them. We are giving Rs 2 per kg rice to 8 crore people in the state,” she said.
“The Congress, CPI-M and BJP have formed a rainbow alliance,” she said, adding “Gorkha Janmukti Morcha (GJM) in the Darjeeling hills has an alliance with the BJP. Now CPI-M is supporting them. Let them unite and see how many seats they get.”
Turning to the Congress-CPI(M) electoral pact, Banerjee said, “The musk has now come out. CPI-M is saying Congress zindabad and Congress is saying CPI-M zindabad.”