BJP a gathering of untouchables, is not welcome in West Bengal: Mamata Banerjee
West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Thursday guaranteed that the BJP is a gathering of untouchables that is not welcome in the state.
The Trinamool Congress supremo additionally said she will never permit Bengal to be transformed into a "revolt torn Gujarat".
Asking why Union Home Minister Amit Shah is so occupied with races in any event when the circumstance on the nation's outskirts isn't acceptable, Banerjee said she has never observed quite a "home clergyman in her profession".
"There is a bad situation for pariahs in Bengal. The individuals who go to the state just during decisions and attempt to upset the tranquility of the state are not under any condition welcome, she said while tending to a public interview here.
The BJP has as of late partitioned the state into five authoritative zones and put focal pioneers accountable for them.
"They (BJP) are stating they will change over West Bengal into Gujarat. For what reason would they like to transform our Bengal into an uproar torn spot like Gujarat? We don't need riots," she said.
Banerjee, without naming BJP public general secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya, blamed him for attempting to "counterfeit his capture in spite of not being kept by the police" during a dissent walk by the saffron party here.