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RSS praises Mamata, Mamata compliments Modi

Sunday, 16 December 2012
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December 16:

The RSS mouthpiece Organiser weekly has praised West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee saying that the country needs dozens like her .

The RSS mouthpiece in its editorial described Banerjee as a “rare breed of politicians, who have not made money-making their raison d’être in politics”.

The Organiser piece entioned lack of development in West Bengal and states: "Mamata Banerjee has never claimed to have a magic potion that would transform West Bengal into a wonderland overnight. It is an arduous task.”

Trinamul Congress supremo Mamata Banerjee on Saturday returned the compliment by describing the Narendra Modi-led Gujarat as a state that has been “nurtured and it is progressing”.

While Banerjee attacked the Left parties for lack of industrialisation in West Bengal and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh for the government’s FDI decision, she praised the Modi government, saying: “Gujarat has been nurtured and it is progressing”.Speaking at the 85th AGM of FICCI, she blamed the lack of industrialisation in Bengal on the “35 years of Left rule”.

In a two-pronged attack, she demanded to know how the Centre allowed the previous government to incur such massive debts. “Bengal is one of the most debt-ridden states in India,” she said.

Taking on the PM on FDI in multi-brand retail, she said, “What can we do? We are grassroots-level people, we are the representatives of the people. And the common man is outdated. I am proud to say we are with the people.”

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You the people of Bengal

You the people of Bengal elect this junglee lady now why are you complaining, when she was railway minister she was fun at the parliament forget the losses caused by her stupid programmes now the Rss is praising her god save india from these parties.

Bullshit bannerji

Communist were better than this bullshit banner

she is a stupid lady which

she is a stupid lady which is spoiling the West Bengal, she is the one who rejected TATA industry for which Gujarat has benefited out of it - how much lost West Bengal has suffered - now she is blaming left for not having industries.

she is against FDI - but very soon people will see the results of FDI then they will kick this lady out of the politics - she is the most irritating and most trouble maker - while in BJP she made a hell and now in congress also same but good congress kick her out = request with WB people dont allow this lady to rule - you will back by 100 years.

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