Senior Trinamool chief Abhishek Banerjee on Wednesday requested if Rahul Gandhi will be disqualified for his feedback a couple of group, then why comparable motion can’t be taken in opposition to Prime Minister Narendra Modi for hurting the emotions of ladies by his taunts in opposition to Mamata Banerjee.
The Trinamool nationwide basic secretary was talking a rally at Shahid Minar Grounds.
He additionally requested the get together’s authorized cell to file a case in opposition to Chief of Opposition in West Bengal Meeting, Suvendu Adhikari, in search of his disqualification from the Home for “insulting” a lady minister from the tribal group.
“I could not help Gandhi’s remark however I condemn the way in which he was disqualified from the Lok Sabha. In that case, why will the PM not be disqualified for hurting the emotions of ladies by mocking West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee along with his ‘Didi O Didi’ taunts throughout 2021 meeting polls marketing campaign? We demand that motion be taken in that case too,” he stated.
The Diamond Harbour MP requested his get together leaders to file a case in opposition to Suvendu Adhikari for hurting the emotions of the Scheduled Tribe group within the state.
“Why will no motion be taken in opposition to Adhikari for hurting the emotions of the ST group for saying that minister Birbaha Hansda’s place was beneath his shoe? Does this not tantamount to insulting the STs? He too should be disqualified as an MLA,” he stated.
Mr Banerjee referred to a viral video clip through which final yr, Mr Adhikari was purportedly heard telling a gaggle of individuals, “Debnath Hansda and Birbaha Hansda are youngsters. Their place is beneath my shoe.” PTI, nevertheless, couldn’t confirm the authenticity of the video clip.
Hansda had filed a police grievance in opposition to Mr Adhikari.
Lashing out on the Centre over the misuse of central companies, Mr Adhikari stated efforts are underway to malign the ruling get together in West Bengal.
“As we speak, we’re right here to protest the Centre’s step-motherly angle in direction of West Bengal. If the dues of the state are usually not cleared, I’ll stage a protest in New Delhi and struggle for our rights,” he added.
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