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Nation Current Affairs 25 May 2019 On BJP's double ...

On BJP's double-digit show in Bengal, Mamata pens poem ‘I don’t agree’

DECCAN CHRONICLE
Published May 25, 2019, 11:22 am IST
Updated May 25, 2019, 11:22 am IST
The poem was in reference to the violence that took place in West Bengal during the campaigning.
'The colour of communalism I do not believe in. There is aggression and tolerance in every religion. I am a humble servant of the gentle Renaissance raised in Bengal. I don't believe in selling religious aggression, I believe in a religion that draws from humanism,' she wrote. (Photo: AP | File)
 'The colour of communalism I do not believe in. There is aggression and tolerance in every religion. I am a humble servant of the gentle Renaissance raised in Bengal. I don't believe in selling religious aggression, I believe in a religion that draws from humanism,' she wrote. (Photo: AP | File)

New Delhi: A day after BJP’s victory in 17th Lok Sabha elections, including a stunning performance in West Bengal, the state Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee posted a poem on Twitter with a blunt message for the saffron party.

The poem is titled “I don’t agree”. The TMC chief said that she does not believe in "the colour of communalism and selling religious aggression".

 

"The colour of communalism I do not believe in. There is aggression and tolerance in every religion. I am a humble servant of the gentle Renaissance raised in Bengal. I don't believe in selling religious aggression, I believe in a religion that draws from humanism," she wrote.

The poem was in reference to the violence that took place in West Bengal during the campaigning.

In a strong-hold territory of Mamata, the BJP achieved 18 seats of the 42 Lok Sabha.

 

 

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