The Trinamool Congress (TMC) on Friday took a jibe at Union Home Minister Amit Shah’s prediction of BJP profitable 200 seats in West Bengal, saying he’s by no means proper in his election predictions.
Addressing a press convention, TMC chief Saugata Roy stated Amit Shah’s prediction was improper for Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh and Rajasthan, the place the BJP couldn’t type the federal government.
“Amit Shah’s election prediction is all the time improper. His prediction for Delhi was improper twice. His prediction was additionally improper for Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh and Rajasthan. He isn’t proper in his predictions,” he stated.
Earlier within the day, Amit Shah, throughout a roadshow in Bengal’s Hooghly, stated Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee will lose from Nandigram and that the BJP will type the federal government with over 200 seats.
After the primary section of polling in West Bengal, Amit Shah had stated BJP will win 26 of the 30 seats, which went to polls within the first section.
Saugata Roy additionally alleged the central forces are unable to manage violent incidents within the poll-bound state.
“We condemn oppression by central forces. Due to atrocities, individuals get scared. If the Election Commission is unable to manage, then we should protest. EVMs are malfunctioning. 336 incidents passed off, together with violence. The central forces are unable to manage violence incidents,” he stated.
“In Assam’s Karimganj, EVM was present in a BJP candidate’s automobile. The Election Commission accepted its fault for this,” he stated, accusing the BJP of peddling lies.
“Income Tax raids had been performed at properties of DMK chief MK Stalin’s daughter and son-in-law. BJP is a revengeful get together and it’ll proceed its try to torture individuals. BJP is spreading pretend information. They are saying Mamata Banerjee will contest from one other seat. It is a lie,” he stated.
Polling for the third section of eight-phased West Bengal will happen on April 6. The counting of votes will happen on May 2.