Political enthusiasts are fast ahead of the West Bengal Assembly elections. West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Tuesday termed Asaduddin Owaisi’s party as the BJP’s B-team attacking the BJP and said the BJP was distributing minority votes by giving money to AIIMS. To which Asaduddin Owaisi has given the right answer to Mamata Banerjee. Owaisi said no one was born who could buy Asaduddin Owaisi with money. He said Mamata Banerjee should take care of her home.
Mamata Banerjee fears Owaisi from Bihar, says BJP divides minority votes by giving money to Hyderabad party
According to the news agency ANI, Owaisi said, “No man was born who could buy Asaduddin Owaisi for money.” His accusation is baseless and he is restless. He should worry about his home, that is why many of his people are joining the BJP. He has insulted the voters of Bihar and the people who voted for us.
In fact, Mamata Banerjee on Tuesday accused the BJP of trying to bring Asaduddin Owaisi’s party AIIMI to Bengal and increase communal polarization and divide Hindu-Muslim votes among them. After doing well in the Bihar Assembly elections, the India Majlis-e-Itehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) announced that it would also contest the Bengal elections next year. In the Bihar elections, AIMIM won five seats in the Muslim-dominated border region on the border with West Bengal.
Asaduddin Owaisi was never born with money. Her allegations are baseless and she is restless. He should worry about his home, so many of his people are going to BJP. He has insulted the voters of Bihar and those who voted for us: Asaduddin Owaisi, AIMIM https://t.co/mT1fe7piii pic.twitter.com/8rfWq5eSk3
– ANI (UNI) December 16, 2020
Addressing a rally, Mamata Banerjee said, “The BJP is spending crores of rupees to bring a party from Hyderabad to divide the Muslim vote.” The plan is that Hindu votes will go to the BJP and Muslim votes will go to the party in Hyderabad. He said, “He did the same in the recent Bihar elections. This party is the B-team of BJP. West Bengal’s 294-member assembly elections are scheduled for April-May next year.