‘Prepare for a rally with dead bodies …’, CM Mamata Banerjee’s alleged audio on Sitalakuchi incident goes viral


In West Bengal, there are 45 seats for the fifth phase on Saturday (April 17). In this way, just a day before the election, an alleged audio of TMC chief and West Bengal CM Mamta Banerchi is going viral on social media. This viral audio clip has been shared by the leaders of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). It is being claimed about the viral audio clip that this conversation is between the TMC candidate and Mamta Banerjee. The BJP has reportedly claimed that in this viral audio clip, Mamata Banerjee is heard allegedly asking Sitalakuchi to the TMC candidate, “Don’t panic, the dead bodies of 4 people shot by CISF personnel were shot. Prepare for rallies with. ”After the audio clip went viral, TMC called it a fake audio clip.

Mamata Banerjee’s Audio Leak !, said – Prepare for a rally with dead bodies.

TMC has said that the BJP is going viral by knowing this fake audio clip. There has been no such conversation between Mamata Banerjee and the TMC candidate. However, the authenticity of the audio clip has not yet been verified. The audio clip has been shared by the BJP on the evening of Friday (16 April).

JP Nadda and Amit Malviya share audio clip

The alleged audio of Mamta Banerjee has also been shared by Amit Malviya, the head of BJP’s IT cell and JP Nadda, the national president on his official Twitter handle.

BJP leader Amit Malviya has tweeted the audio clip claiming that the conversation took place between Mamata Banerjee and Partha Pratim Rai, Trinamool Congress candidate from Sitalkuchi assembly seat. Amit Malviya has said that Mamata Banerjee wanted to incite violence and riot by speaking to TMC leaders to hold rallies with dead bodies.

BJP President JP Nadda has said in a tweet that the ruling Trinamool Congress does politics on the death of people for petty political selfishness. TMC should be ashamed of itself.

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