West Bengal boss pastor Mamata Banerjee on Monday penned a lyric hammering the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government over the total draft of Assam’s National Register of Citizens (NRC) and said the individuals who challenged the saffron party had no place in the nation.
The lyric is composed in Bengali and was posted on the central pastor’s Facebook page with her mark and date.
The lyric under the title ‘Character’ goes as…(they need to know) Who are you, what is your surname, what is your personality, what do you eat, where do you live.
“Do you tune in to mann-ki-baat, do you compose against the decision party? At that point you have no place. You are a fear based oppressor,” says the ballad in a basic reference to the BJP.
“The individuals who don’t have the foggiest idea about the intensity of the decision gathering and dissident against it are hostile to nationals and have no place (in the nation),” it includes.
Banerjee, who has been vocal about her hostile to BJP stand, additionally hammered the saffron party over its treatment of Dalits, Christians and other minority networks.
“(they will ask) What is your clothing, who do you bolster and whether you have ‘Gobardhan’ account. In the event that the appropriate response is in the negative, you are infiltrator,” goes the sonnet.
The NRC draft of Assam was discharged on July 30 and avoided the names of more than 40 lakh people