West Bengal chief minister and Trinamool Congress supremo Mamata Banerjee accused Union Home Minister Amit Shah of hatching a conspiracy to harass her party leaders ahead of the elections in the state and wondered whether the Election Commission is working as per his instructions.
She said: “Amit Shah is getting frustrated as there is a poor turnout at his rallies. Instead of running the country, he is sitting in Kolkata and hatching a conspiracy to harass TMC leaders.”
Banerjee also alleged that the BJP is plotting conspiracies to kill her as her security director Vivek Sahay was removed by the Election Commission after she sustained injuries last week in Purba Medinipur’s Nandigram.
“What do they want? Do they want to kill me? Do they think that they will win this election by killing me? They are wrong,” she added.
Referring to the alleged “attack” on her in Nandigram, Banerjee said no one will stop her from taking forward her battle against the BJP.