BY A STAFF REPORTER: As opposition members started protesting in the West Bengal Assembly, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee slammed opposition members and urged them to speak after the budget presentation concludes on 8th February in Kolkata.
Moreover, she emphasized that the Assembly is not a space for the opposition to engage in dirty politics. She accused opposition members of being anti-Bengal and they are not in the favour of Bengal's people. Moreover, Banerjee stated that the assembly is not a BJP office and opposition should be ashamed of not allowing Budget presentation.
Banerjee also stressed that, unlike the Center which suspended 147 MPs from Parliament, they don't want to suspend members. She challenged the Opposition to present their opinions after the Budget was completed.
#WATCH | As BJP MLAs create ruckus in the State Assembly, West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee says, "If the Opposition has any opinion, they can discuss it after the completion of the Budget. They have the freedom to express their opinion but this is not a BJP party office. This is… pic.twitter.com/nA8v7x2aBq— ANI (@ANI) February 8, 2024