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Mamta’s minister’s controversial statement, used derogatory words for the President



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West Bengal minister and TMC leader Akhil Giri has made controversial remarks on President Draupadi Murmu. He said among the people in Nandigram- ‘We do not judge anyone by their appearance. We respect the President of India, but what does our President look like?’ Ruckus has started on this statement of TMC leader.

BJP leader Amit Malviya shared the video of Akhil Giri’s statement on social media and said that Mamta Banerjee has always been anti-tribal. He did not support Draupadi Murmu in the election and now this. Embarrassing level of expression. However, there is no response from West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee yet.

After the video of Akhil Giri came, BJP has also raised questions. It has been said by the BJP that President Draupadi Murmu is a tribal and it is clear from her minister’s statement that Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee and her party are anti-tribal. At the same time, the Bengal BJP also said that when Giri made this comment, the state’s Women’s Welfare Minister Shashi Panja was also present.

Actually, the TMC leader was addressing the people in Nandigram on Friday on the occasion of Martyr’s Day celebrations. During this, he taunted Shubhendu Adhikari, the leader of the opposition in Bengal, and said – He ie Shubhendu Adhikari says that I (Akhil Giri) am not beautiful. He is so beautiful. After this he made controversial remarks about the President. Not only this, he also threatened Shumbhendu Adhikari that Mamta Banerjee does not want him, so he is silent, otherwise he would have broken his hand by beating.

Akhil Giri, a four-time MLA and cabinet minister in the West Bengal government, is considered a towering leader of East Mednipur region. This area is also considered to be the stronghold of BJP leader Shubhendu Adhikari and Dilip Ghosh. Despite this, Giri defeated the BJP candidate here in the 2021 assembly elections. For this reason Mamta made him a minister. The assembly constituency from which Giri comes, he comes in Kanthi Lok Sabha. Shubhendu’s brother Shishir is the MP from Kanthi.

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