After being denied the permission to land his helicopter in West-Bengal by TMC government, the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh Yogi Adityanath on Tuesday went via road to address in his rally in West Bengal’s Purulia. UP CM Yogi flew to Jharkhand’s Bokaro before taking the road route to Purulia.
Taking on West-Bengal’s TMC government, CM Yogi said, “You have seen how she is trying to protect a corrupt officer… Nothing can be more shameful, undemocratic and unconstitutional than a elected chief minister of a state sitting on ‘Dharna’ to ensure that the secrets of corruption don’t come out.
Before leaving for Purulia, CM yogi alleged that West-Bengal is suffering under Mamta’s TMC government. It is sad that Gurudev Tagore’s Karmabhumui, our Bengal is suffering from anarchy and mis-rule of TMC government. Now it’s high time that Bengal should be freed from this government to protect the democratic rights through a strong democratic movement.
इसके लिए मैं बंगाल की जनता को धन्यवाद देने के साथ उनको विश्वास दिलाता हूँ कि अराजकता और गुंडागर्दी की सरकार को वहां से उखाड़ फेंकने और बंगाल की संस्कृति और लोकतांत्रिक मूल्यों को बचाये रखने के उनके संकल्प में सदैव उनके साथ रहूंगा।
— Chowkidar Yogi Adityanath (@myogiadityanath) February 6, 2019
Last month BJP president Amit Shah was denied permission to land his chopper. Not only this but BJP’s plan to hold three Rath Yatras in the state got scuttled as state government denied permission.
Yogi Adityanath also said that West Bengal government didn’t give me permission to land my chopper in Purulia, I invite her to visit Kumbh in Prayagraj an see how we work.
Reported: Indian Express