CM Mamata asks opposition to unite against BJP for sake of country

17 Jul 2017 4:45 PM | Politics
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As the Monsoon session of the Parliament began on Monday, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said, her party will play an aggressive role in coming days.

Speaking to media, Mamata said, "We will play an aggressive role in Parliament. We are ready to go to jail but will not bow our heads."

Mamata, who is also part of 18-political parties who are opposing the centre on several fronts, urged others to vote against the BJP 'for the sake of country'. She also termed 'demonetisation' and 'GST' biggest scams by the BJP.

Talking about Presdential elections, Mamata said, "We voted for Meira Kumar to register our protest against 'present atrocities' in the country." She also urged political parties to vote for opposition party candidate Meira Kumar in the presidential election over NDA candidate Ram Nath Kovind.

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