Ramchandrapur (WB), Mar 28: In a sharp answer to BJP boss Amit Shah’s claim that the sound of Rabindra Sangeet was getting smothered by bomb impacts, Trinamool Congress supremo Mamata Banerjee today said she would be the greatest adversary of any individual who offended Bengal.
“On the off chance that anybody affronts Bengal, there will be no greater adversary than me,” Banerjee said at a survey rally here in Purulia area.
“Today you are in force in Delhi yet will lose tomorrow,” the West Bengal Chief Minister said, including, “I have heard that (Shah) has said something in regards to Rabindranath”.
“Individuals of Bengal don’t pardon any individual who affronts extraordinary writers like Rabindranath Tagore or Nazrul Islam,” the TMC supremo thundered at the rally for the coming Assembly survey in the state.
Amid a press meet in Kolkata prior in the day, Shah said the main business to have come up in West Bengal amid TMC administration was bomb making industry.
“Just the bomb making industry has come up in West Bengal in the most recent five years. Furthermore, the sound of Rabindra Sangeet is getting stifled on account of those bomb impacts,” Shah said.
Banerjee guaranteed that the CPI(M) had languished over professedly slighting Tagore.
“CPI(M) had guaranteed that it had made Tagore well known, while taking ‘Sahaj Path’ (a learners’ book in Bengali for children) off the syllabus of nursery understudies,” Banerjee said, asserting that individuals of Bengal hosted paid back the Left get-together for such acts.