Assembly elections are to be held in West Bengal next year and political agitation has already started there. The aggressive propaganda has already started from the Bharatiya Janata Party. On Monday, TMC MP and actress Nusrat Jahan held a press conference at the party office.
Nusrat Jahan spoke on the issue of love jihad during this period. Nusrat said that love is a personal matter and jihad cannot be done in such a situation. We never divide anyone on the basis of religion, caste, people should avoid such issues and religion should not be part of anyone.
Nusrat said whether the personal choice of the people cannot be attacked by raising such issues, no one can dictate in this way in India. Significantly, there has been a lot of rhetoric about Love Jihad in the last few days, many BJP ruled states are bringing laws regarding this. Whereas BJP is in opposition, demanding the government to make laws.
The TMC MP also targeted the central government during this time, he said that PM Modi had promised two crore jobs every year, according to this, 12 crore jobs should have been got by now. But till now we do not even see 12 lakh jobs.
On the continuous rhetoric of the Governor, Nusrat Jahan said that the state government has come out, while the governor has been appointed. In such a situation, they do not have the right to take action against the government. Raj Bhavan has become the office of BJP spokesperson only.
TMC MP Nusrat Jahan said that during our tenure, we have given jobs to the youth and created opportunities for them. The number of universities in the state has been increased, along with sports universities have also been added. During the tenure of the state government, more than 35 lakh jobs will be provided in the next three years.
Significantly, elections are to be held in Bengal around May 2021. There is constant campaigning from the BJP and big leaders are camping in Bengal. In response, TMC has also now taken an aggressive stance, on Monday, Mamata Banerjee also said that her party will come back to power in Bengal.