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Mamata Banerjee says ‘Super Emergency’ in India since Modi rule

June 26, 2019

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has always come out openly at various occasions to attack Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. It took a worst turn during Lok Sabha election campaigns and Banerjee does not seen to be stopping soon. 25 June marks the day when former Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi started the emergency in the year 1975. The period that lasted for nearly two years witnessed many atrocities inside the country where thousands of people were killed. Banerjee took a dig at Modi and said that India has been undergoing Super Emergency since the past five years under Modi's rule.

Today is the anniversary of the #Emergency declared in 1975. For the last five years, the country went through a 'Super Emergency'. We must learn our lessons from history and fight to safeguard the democratic institutions in the country-Mamata Banerjee, Chief Minister of West Bengal

Modi and Banerjee, even after Lok Sabha elections, have engaged in tug of words openly showing their indifferences between each other. Members of Modi's BJP and Banerjee's Trinamool Congress engaged in fights over last two months.

Many social media users including Union Minister Prakash Javadekar lashed back at Banerjee for her comments. People pointed out that West Bengal has also been witnessing political unrest and communal riots after Banerjee came into power.

Narendra Modi, who was elected as Prime Minister of India in 2014 was re-elected after a massive and historic win in the last Lok Sabha elections. Modi recently sworn-in as the Prime Minister of one of world's largest democracy for the next five years.

"Can some one wake up Didi @MamataOfficial... General Elections are over & results came.. Tell her that Shri @narendramodi ji is people's choice as PM, tweeted GKP.

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