'Super dictatorship' in the country: Mamata Banerjee

BJP's roadmap to 2019 elections: Amit Shah sets 360+ seat target for members

BJP's roadmap to 2019 elections: Amit Shah sets 360+ seat target for members

Kamal Singh Uike, a BJP worker, proudly hosted lunch for his party's national president Amit Shah and Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan in his dilapidated house in the village of Sebaniya Gaund on the outskirt of Bhopal in the afternoon. The sprawling war memorial, dedicated to the nation by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in October a year ago, has been built by the state government in the memory of martyrs. "His party should take care of it", she said in an interview to a news channel.

Congress' allegation came hours after Shah, flanked by Madhya Pradesh chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan and state party president Nandkumar Chauhan, had daal-baati, baigan bharta, kadi-chaval and candies during lunch at Kamal Singh Uike's house in Sevania-Gaud. I do not want to blame the prime minister but his party should take care.

Saying so, the Bengal CM heaped praises on former prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee.

The session also included a presentation on how to fight anti-incumbency in states such as Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat where the BJP has been in power for three terms. "We worked under him and never faced any problem", Mamata said.

"Why they are showing us the agencies everyday?"

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Mamata, however, didn't refrain from sending out the message of change at the Centre in 2019.

"We are waiting for the change".

"If the son of a BJP leader, proves himself, works hard and becomes MLA, he has come up on merit", the party national president added.

"Why will they tell me what I will eat, wear, which school I should go to or which religion I support? Wait for six months, and see the results, things will be clear", she said replying to a question at "Rising Bengal-2017, Setting the Development Agenda" event organised by Network18.

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