The West Bengal Chief Minister has been one of the harshest critics of the BJP and Modi.
The saffron party which won 18 out of a total of 42 Lok Sabha seats in Bengal, only four less than TMC's tally of 22, is eyeing to deseat Banerjee's party in the 2021 state polls.
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The West Bengal Chief Minister urged the countrymen to safeguard the constitutional values upon which independent India was founded.
'At least 80 puja organisers are in touch with us this year and we are all set to be part of their Durga Puja committees,' said a senior BJP leader in Kolkata.
'As a result, price hikes will hit from transport to market to kitchens... This is election prize!!' she added.
During the one-and-a-half-hour-long meeting, they discussed the need to simplify the process to get caste certificates and the problem of land encroachment.
'Outsiders are instigating the doctors. I had rightly said that they were involved in yesterday's protest. I had seen some outsiders raising slogans (at SSKM hospital),' she said,
The doctors have been agitating since Tuesday after their two colleagues were attacked allegedly by the family of a patient who died during treatment.
Banerjee has also been critical of BJP's use of the slogan 'Jai Shri Ram', alleging that the saffron party was mixing religion with politics by repeatedly using the phrase.
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Mamata Banerjee on Sunday criticised the (BJP) and said that its leaders are using the religious slogan, 'Jai Shri Ram' as their party slogan in a "misconceived manner".
In a letter to the TMC chief, BJP leader Praveen Shankar Kapoor said he has also sent her a 'Bhagwan Shri Ram Naam Mantra' and asked her to keep it on her table.
On Thursday, Banerjee had lost her cool when some men shouted 'Jai Shri Ram' as her motorcade passed through Bhatpara area under Barrackpore Lok Sabha constituency.
Das moved the apex court citing the prolonged strike of lawyers in the state and said he fears that his liberty is at grave risk.
Bengal witnessed a saffron surge on Thursday as the BJP inflicted a body blow to Trinamool Congress by winning 18 of the 42 Lok Sabha seats in the state, up from just two in 2014.