‘Why Parth is in Odisha, is nothing in Bengal, is it not an insult to Bengal?’, Top Mamtar – Bharat Times Hindi News

Partha Chattopadhyay was taken to Bhubaneswar, Odisha to stay under the hospital centre. This question was raised by Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee from a program on Monday. While expressing surprise, he said, ‘I feel very ashamed, despite having such a good hospital in Bengal, Parth was taken to Bhubaneswar AIIMS.’

On this day Nazrul Manch came to the function of giving ‘Bangvibhushan’ and ‘Bangbhushan’. Parth raised the issue of Chatterjee’s transfer to AIIMS, Bhubaneswar. Talking on this subject, the Chief Minister said, ‘I have not intentionally allowed myself to do any wrong till today. The money recovered from the woman’s house is a matter of justice. But the truth will come out in time. I have no objection even if I get life imprisonment for this. At the same time, he said, “If someone is a thief, a dacoit, then the Trinamool Congress does not care. I do not spare my MLAs, MPs. But if you try to smear me unnecessarily, remember that on my hands.” There is also tar. If anyone has done wrong, he will take responsibility for it.’

After taking Parth to Bhubaneswar, the Chief Minister said, ‘I was feeling ashamed, should I be taken to AIIMS in Odisha for treatment. Bengal has India’s number one PG hospital, Bangur, Sagar Dutt, also has medical and private hospitals. Why should we leave all these hospitals and go to Baba ESI Hospital? Should we go to Command Hospital? Because the central government is involved? What is the intention? Saying, AIIMS should be taken to Odisha. Why, there is nothing in Bengal! Is this not an insult to Bengal? What do you think, the central government is a saint and the state is a thief. You are alive because there are kingdoms.’

At the same time, he said, ‘Maharashtra has given up because it could not fight. They are saying that Maharashtra is done, then Jharkhand, then Chhattisgarh, then Bengal. I say, don’t come to Bengal once. But it has to come across the Bay of Bengal. If you cross the Sundarbans, the Royal Bengal Tiger will bite you and if you cross the North Bengal, the elephant will turn around and throw up.’