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BJP national vice president Dilip Ghosh challenged the police to arrest him and the ruling party workers to lay their hands on him. He said that I do not need to learn decency and morality from the murderous and corrupt Trinamool Congress. Dilip Ghosh is on the target of TMC in the case of alleged objectionable remarks against West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee. The Medinipur MP’s latest remarks on the issue came hours after a Trinamool Congress delegation met Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar, who had promised to look into the matter. Former state BJP chief Ghosh claimed that he did not make any inappropriate remarks against Mamata Banerjee and his remarks were only in the context of Mamata’s political opportunism and dissonance.
Will fight against cut money culture
The BJP leader, however, insisted that he would continue to speak out against the cut money culture and the atrocities perpetrated on his opponents by the Trinamool Congress in the Bhawanipur assembly constituency, represented by the chief minister. Ghosh said, I have challenged the West Bengal Police to arrest me. I have not taken any cut money, nor have I killed anyone, nor have I burnt anyone’s property or looted them. I have not beaten people for opposing my views. Still, if law enforcers want to put me behind bars, I want to ask them to send the police. “I will not learn morality or decency from the killer TMC, which has taken the lives of our party leaders and grassroots workers since last year’s assembly elections,” he told reporters. I will not learn anything from corrupt people who embezzle government money and take advantage of the aid given to poor people.
Referred to Mamta’s political opportunism and inconsistency
The BJP leader said that he only referred to Mamata Banerjee’s political opportunism and inconsistency. Ghosh said, she says one thing in West Bengal and completely different in other part of the country. I only pointed this out. Ghosh had allegedly made derogatory remarks against Mamata Banerjee’s family during a conclave organized by a media house, during her ‘Bangla nijer meyekei chai’ (Bengal wants its daughter) campaign during the West Bengal assembly elections last year and His subsequent visit to Goa was mentioned. A TMC delegation led by MP Kakoli Ghosh Dastidar and Minister of State Bratya Basu met Governor Dhankhar on Thursday and urged him to condemn Ghosh’s remarks and ensure stringent punishment. TMC general secretary Kunal Ghosh demanded immediate arrest of Dilip Ghosh for his remarks.