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After being denied to enter West Bengal by Mamata government, Yogi Adityanath addresses rally via telephone

West Bengal government had denied permission for landing of UP CM's helicoprer

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath addressed a public rally at Balurghat in West Bengal’s district of South Dinajpur by telephone, after he was denied permission to address a public rally by Trinamool Congress government of the state. The West Bengal administration had denied permission for landing of UP CM’s helicopter earlier today.

“Mamta Banerjee must accept that you can’t misuse administration of the state, in a democracy, the way it is done in West Bengal.” Yogi Adityanath said while addressing the rally via phone. He added that the state’s administration is functioning like the cadres of the Trinamool Congress party and should not be acceptable at all.

“The TMC government did not allow me to come and meet you all” Yogi Adityanath was quoted by reports. “This is why I had to resort to Digital India of PM Modi to address you all”, he added. Yogi slammed TMC government for their ‘anti-people, anti-poor initiatives’ and also accused it of compromising national security.

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Yogi Adityanath also mentioned the alleged interference of state government into Durga Puja processions, to further the appeasement agenda of the government. The UP CM appealed to BJP cadre of the state to work hard and work towards making a BJP government in the state.

“It is because of UP CM Yogi Adityanath’s popularity that Mamata Banerjee even denied his helicopter from landing in West Bengal.” Mritunjay Kumar, Information Advisor to CM Yogi Adityanath was quoted by reports.

As we reported earlier, Yogi Aditiynath was supposed to address two rallies in West Bengal today, but could not do as state denied permission for landing of his helicopter without any prior notice.

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