West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said, “I proposed to change the name of West Bengal to Bengali. At first it was said that all languages must have the same name. Then I passed a resolution in the assembly calling the name of the state ‘Bangla’ in Bengali, English, Hindi in all languages. But it has been hanging for 4 years.
Complaining of the politics of intimidation on the occasion of Language Day, he said, “Don’t be intimidated, threatened or jailed.”
The country’s Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) on Sunday (February 21st) sent a notice to Rujira Narula, wife of Trinamool leader Abhishek Banerjee. Mamata made this statement a few hours later.
Attending a function at Kolkata’s Deshpriya Park on International Mother Language Day, he said, “I have heard that sometimes some leaders in Delhi say they will break the backbone of Bengal. I say, don’t come! Give it a try. He has tried to break it many times and he is still doing it.
The Chief Minister of India further said, “Please do not intimidate by showing threats, threats and jail-tails. It’s been a long time coming. I have fought with guns, why should I be afraid to fight with Nenti rats? For what There is no reason to be afraid.
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