After ‘Jai Sree Ram’ incident, Mamata Banerjee threatens BJP workers that they have to stay in West Bengal after elections

In a viral video, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee was seen getting enraged after some people raised slogans of “Jai Shri Ram” while her convoy was passing through the area.

The West Bengal Chief Minister can be heard saying, “Palachhis keno? Haridas sob. Galagali dichhe.” (Why are you running away? You riff raff. Badmouthing me). The video was shot in the Radhaballavpur area of Chandrakona in West Midnapore.

Local media reports say that the 3 persons who chanting ‘Jai Sree Ram’ have been taken into custody by Chandrokona police near Mamata’s convoy. Sitaram Midya, Sayan Midya and Budhudeb Duloi are the ones who have been arrested by Mamata’s police.

Incidentally, the area through which Mamata Banerjee was moving was supposed to be a Trinamool Congress stronghold.

Later, while addressing a rally in West Midnapore district, Mamata Banerjee said that she will not be scared of the slogan-shouting people. She added that those indulging in such acts must not forget that they have to stay in the state after the ongoing Lok Sabha elections.