Didir doot app which was launched on February 4 has crossed 1 lakh downloads in record time
SONARPUR: Abhishek Banerjee, president Trinamool Youth Congress, slamming the BJP, on Saturday, said as the saffron party had no development scheme in its agenda the party’s leaders are playing the communal card, divisive politics and brining religion in politics.
Reiterating that BJP was bringing ‘ bunch of outsiders’ to fight the people of the state, the TMC youth wing chief said that Bengal will never bow down to “outsiders and will not sell its spine to them”.
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