Mamata Banerjee: If you try to throw black ink at me, I can throw altar

Pankaj Prasad
West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee
West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said on Monday that anyone found guilty of wrongdoing should be punished.

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said on Monday that anyone found guilty of wrongdoing should be punished. He made this statement after the Enforcement Directorate arrested the state Industries Minister Partha Chatterjee in the teacher recruitment scam.

Mamta Banerjee is sad and hurt by the teacher recruitment scam

Mamta Banerjee said that she is deeply saddened and pained by this incident (teacher recruitment case). At the same time, he said that do not defame me in this matter. I have nothing to do with corruption. The Chief Minister was speaking at a program organized to confer Bang Vibhushan, Bang Bhushan and Mahanayak Samman on behalf of the state government at Nazrul Manch on Monday.

Opposition criticized for malicious campaign

Ms Banerjee criticized the opposition for an alleged "malicious campaign" against her. She said that she does not support corruption. “We have full faith in the judiciary. There should be a time limit within which the truth and the court's decision should come out. If someone is found guilty, he should be punished. The party will also take action. But, I criticize the malicious campaign against me.

The guilty should be put in jail for life

The Chief Minister said that if anyone is guilty, he should be put in jail for life. I have no objection. The Chief Minister of West Bengal said that there should also be a time limit for the completion of the investigation process. The decision should come after completing the investigation in this matter within three months. I just want the truth to come out as soon as possible. The guilty person should be punished.

BJP shared video of Mamta's conversation with Arpita

BJP has shared a video, in which Mamata Banerjee is seen talking to Arpita Mukherjee, from whose house Rs 22 crore in cash was found. Arpita Mukherjee has been arrested by the ED. The Chief Minister said that Trinamool Congress has nothing to do with him (Arpita Mukherjee).

If you throw ink at me, then I can also throw a rag

He said, 'The party has no relation with that woman and neither do I know her. I go to many events, if someone clicks a picture with me, is it my fault?' The Chief Minister said that do you want to use this to throw ink on me. If you throw soot at me, then I can also throw altar at you.

I have no relation with the accused woman

The Chief Minister clarified that the accused woman (Arpita Mukherjee) is not related to the party or the government in any way. If I attend Durga Puja program and if any, what can I do? How do I know who is whose friend? Shouldn't I go out? The Chief Minister said that if you think that you can defame me, then do not forget that the injured lion is the most dangerous.

Mamata Banerjee targets BJP

Taking a jibe at the BJP, Mamata Banerjee said that if she thinks that she can break the Trinamool Congress by using central investigative agencies, then she is wrong. He said, 'It has to be seen whether this investigation is a conspiracy to defame my party and me. I neither support nor encourage corruption.

ED arrests Partha Chatterjee

The ED on Saturday arrested West Bengal Industries and Commerce Minister Partha Chatterjee in connection with the probe into irregularities in recruitment made by the School Service Commission (SSC). The scam happened when Partha Chatterjee was the education minister of the state.