Mamata Banerjee, the chief minister of West Bengal, is jeopardizing national security in order to get votes. Amit Chauhan

Union Home Minister Amit Shah accused West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Wednesday of “committing a sin” by enabling the infiltrators to alter the state’s demographics and of jeopardizing national security in order to gain votes.

Speaking at a massive gathering in Purba Medinipur district’s Kanthi, Shah predicted that when the BJP wins 30 Lok Sabha seats in West Bengal, the TMC will “disintegrate” and there will be a “farewell to the Banerjee government in Bengal.”

“Infiltrators now have a safe refuge in Bengal. Bengal’s demographics are shifting as a result of the invasion, which affects the whole nation as well as this state. By assisting in Bengal’s demographic shift, Banerjee is transgressing a moral obligation. He remarked, “She is sacrificing national security in order to further vote bank politics.”

Shah added that Banerjee is against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) because it would please her voting base, claiming that “infiltrators are the vote bank of the TMC.”

“TMC loves to infiltrate and attack the CAA. Ghuspetiyo sey pyar aur CAA pe vaar.” The TMC’s vote bank is made up of the infiltrators, he said.

Shah criticized Banerjee’s recent remarks that certain monks at Bharat Sevashram Sangha and Ramakrishna Mission were following BJP directives, claiming that these socio-religious organizations are being intimidated in an attempt to win over the TMC’s support base.

“Banerjee is criticizing the Bharat Sevasharam Sangha, but she is unaware that Bengal would have been a part of Bangladesh if the Bharat Sevashram Sangha had not existed. To please her voter base, she is disparaging monks and saints, he said.

During a Saturday election rally in Goghat, which falls within the Arambagh Lok Sabha constituency, Banerjee said that a few monks from Ramakrishna Mission and Bharat Sevashram Sangha are being influenced by leaders of the BJP in Delhi.

Shah took aim at the opposition INDIA bloc, claiming that the “INDI alliance has been wiped out across the country” after five stages of voting.

“The five stages of voting are now concluded. Modi ji has won 310 seats in these five election stages. The INDI Alliance led by Mamata Didi has collapsed. The BJP will win 30 seats in Bengal this time around, he said.

In the most recent Lok Sabha elections, the BJP won 18 of the 42 seats, and this time around, it wants to win 30 seats in West Bengal.

“The TMC will break up and the Mamata Banerjee government will end as soon as the BJP wins 30 seats in Bengal,” he said.

Political violence, according to Shah, “killed democracy in Bengal.”

Here were conducted panchayat elections, which resulted in the deaths of almost 200 persons. However, I want you to know that this time around there’s no need for concern since TMC thugs were unable to damage anybody throughout the five election rounds. And this time, we’re going to teach these thugs a lesson,” he said.

“The more the TMC tortures Suvendu Adhikari, the more BJP will give him prominence,” Shah stated, alluding to the Tuesday night raid on the home of BJP leader Suvendu Adhikari.

Shah said that because of appeasement politics, the TMC has changed its motto from “Maa Mati Manush” to “Mullah, Madrasa, and Mafia.”

Shah made reference to the TMC’s appeasement tactics in Bengal, stating that while Mamata Didi and her nephew Abhishek Banerjee received invites to the consecration event, they declined to attend, “because they are afraid that infiltrators, who are TMC’s vote bank, might get offended.”

Shah attacked the TMC on the subject of graft, claiming that the TMC’s “rule of corruption” in West Bengal could only be ended by the BJP.

“Rs 51 crore was retrieved from the minister, who was in charge of providing jobs to the underprivileged,” Shah said, alluding to Partha Chatterjee, who was detained in relation to the school jobs scandal.

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