BJP recommends medical care for "unnerved" Mamata who is "hallucinating"

| Updated: Aug 23, 2017 11:20 IST

Kolkata (West Bengal) [India], Dec. 2 (ANI): The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Friday launched a series of scathing attacks on West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, who objected to army's presence in the state, saying her "unnerved mind has given way to hallucination, which certainly requires medical care." BJP leader Sidharth Nath Singh said that the Chief Minister's mind has been rattled after the Centre demonetized Rs. 500 and Rs. 1000 currency notes. While listing out the "chronology of Mamata's rattled mind to hallucinating mind" after the Chief Minister equated the mock drill by the army to a coup, Singh said. "First calling it financial emergency and demanding complete roll back. Saying united opposition will march to the President, however few takers in the opposition ranks. Threatening of riots in the country and giving 72 hours deadline to the Prime Minister. Holding Dharnas in UP and Bihar, although poorly attended. Conspiracy of her being eliminated by not allowing aircraft to land on a low fusel. Recent, and the worst, creating panic that there is an attempt of army coup," Singh stated in an official press release. Singh further said it was unfortunate that the Indian army had to come up with a proof that they had informed the state administration much ahead of their routine drill. "This is the lowest of the low for Mamata for which she must apologies to the Indian Army and her MPs to the nation for stalling the Parliament," Singh said . However, in a letter released by the Army, earlier today, showed that it was in communication with the West Bengal police on the annual exercise to "gather statistical data about load carriers that could be made available to the army in case of a contingency." Nevertheless, the parliament again witnessed ruckus today as the opposition continued to corner the Centre over the army's deployment in West Bengal. The opposition raised the slogan "Tana Shahi nahi chalegi" on the floor of the house. Trinamool Congress and other opposition members raised the issue of the state government not being informed about the army's presence. (ANI)