Prime Minister Narendra Modi while addressing a rally at the Raash Mela Maidan here, Modi again dubbed Banerjee as “Bengal’s speedbreaker didi” and said the enthusiasm of people at his rallies symbolised a wave in favour of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).
He further said that, the way West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee was taking out her anger on him, her officials and the Election Commission; it showed she feared defeat in the Lok Sabha polls.
“The more you chant ‘Modi, Modi’, the more she loses her sleep. Who is she? Speedbreaker. Bengal’s speedbreaker didi, who is not having sound sleep,” said Modi.
Four days back, while addressing an election meeting in northern West Bengal’s Siliguri, Modi had called Banerjee the “speed-breaker” to Bengal’s development.
“She is taking out her anger and frustration on her officials. She is taking out her anger on the Election Commission. If somebody wants to understand how in politics the ground slips from under the feet, then didi’s irritation and anger gives a good idea,” Modi said.