Bengaluru: West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee is known for her anti-Hindu mindset and appeasing Muslims. 

BJP national president JP Nadda chose to expose the CM on this front. 

He said, "When the entire country was watching the 'bhoomi pujan' (of Ram temple in Ayodhya), Mamata Banerjee imposed a lockdown in West Bengal on August 5 to prevent people from being part of the occasion at the local level.” 

He further added, "In sharp contrast, lockdown was withdrawn due to Bakrid. This shows that the state government's policies are driven by an anti-Hindu mindset and appeasement politics."

He also accused the West Bengal government of remaining silent as 100 BJP workers were killed in the state. 

The state is set for elections in 2021. 

The TMC, led by Mamata Banerjee, has left no stone unturned to take on the BJP. 

A few days ago, TMC MLA and education minister Partha Chatterjee took a jibe at former Governor of Meghalaya Tathagata Roy. 

He said, “Bengal is a land where respect for people is paramount! Tathagata Roy has made some wild obnoxious comments and he should really consider the idea of entering Bengal politics with such a polluted mindset.”

Roy had put out a tweet earlier in the day, on how violence in West Bengal has had its toll.

“There is no state in India called ‘Bengal’. West Bengal, through its so-called ‘progressive thoughts’ has shot itself in the feet and would have been halfway today to becoming West Bangladesh. It is only the fear of the Iron Man in New Delhi that prevents it. Jai Hind.”

It is not just Roy who has exposed the brutal mindset of the TMC. West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankar has consistently shown how the Mamata government has mishandled several things.

One such was how the COVID-19 cases were not dealt with correctly.

He said, "Such uncivilised and uncouth approach in disposal of dead bodies @MamataOfficial came for severe condemnation all over. Our age-old traditions were mercilessly decimated by repeated dragging of dead bodies by iron hook. Urge immediate apology to society at large.”