After communal twist to doctors’ protest, Mamata Banerjee has this message for UP and Bihar



Mamata Banerjee issues warning to people from Bihar, UP: A day after giving the ongoing doctors strike in Kolkata a communal twist, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Friday tried to drive another wedge among the people of the state, this time on the basis of region. Battling the onslaught of doctors nationwide over her insensitive handling of the doctors protest, Mamata waded deeper into controversy and issued a warning to people from Bihar, Uttar Pradesh and Punjab residing in her state. Advocating the use of Bangla, Mamata Banerjee said people from these states must speak in the local language if they want to prolong their stay in Bengal. We have to bring Bangla forward. When I go to Bihar, UP, Punjab, I speak in their language, if you are in Bengal you have to speak Bangla, the Trinamool Congress chief was quoted as saying by news agency ANI. Also Read: Outsiders instigating doctors Accusing the Bharatiya Janata Party of targeting Bengalis and minorities, Mamata said that the ongoing strike by doctors in Kolkata was instigated by outsiders. Outsiders are instigating the doctors. I had rightly said that they were involved in yesterdays protest. I had seen some outsiders raising slogans (at SSKM hospital), Mamata said speaking at a public gathering in Kanchrapara. West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee: We have to bring Bangla forward. When I go to Bihar, UP, Pujnab, I speak in their language, if you are in Bengal you have to speak Bangla. I will not tolerate criminals who stay in Bengal and roam around on bikes. pic.twitter.com\/rs6FSBzCst Just because they (BJP) won a few seats by programming the EVMs, it doesnt mean that they can beat up Bengalis and minorities. We will not tolerate this, the Bengal CM said. Mamata had earlier accused the BJP and Union Home Minister Amit Shah of inciting communal tension in the state. They should only see BJP patients, Junior doctors at Kolkata The protest has now spiralled out of control with doctors at AIIMS, New Delhi and other major hospitals across the country coming out in full support of their Kolkata counterparts. Doctors at Delhi AIIMS held a token protest today in solidarity with their protesting colleagues in Kolkata.

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