Before the assembly elections in Bengal, all the parties are trying to surround each other. In the same episode, Trinamool Congress MP from Basirhat and actress Nusrat Jahan has given a controversial statement, describing the BJP as a more dangerous virus than Kovid-19. Nusrat said that BJP only riots between Hindus and Muslims. He also said that if the BJP comes to power, the Muslims will start their reverse days.

Nusrat Jahan compared the BJP to the Corona virus during the election campaign in the Muslim-dominated Deganga under his Lok Sabha constituency in Bengal's North 24 Parganas district. Nusrat said, 'You keep your eyes open ... a dangerous virus like BJP is roaming. This party discriminates between religion and man-to-man riots. If the BJP comes to power, the countdown of Muslims will begin.

Amit Malaviya raised questions on Mamta's silence

Reacting to this statement by Nusrat Jahan on the other hand, BJP IT cell chief Amit Malviya accused Mamata Banerjee and her party of Muslim appeasement. Malviya wrote, 'The worst politics is happening on the vaccine in Bengal. First Siddhikula Chaudhary, the current minister of Mamta Banerjee's cabinet, stopped the truck carrying the vaccine. Now a Trinamool MP is campaigning in Diganga, a Muslim-dominated area, comparing the BJP to Corona. But Pishi (Mamta Banerjee) is silent. Why? Appeasement? '