Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Suvendu Adhikari on Monday asked West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee to get letter pads with ex-MLA printed on them, after being subjected to a verbal attack by Banerjee earlier in the day.
“I won’t respond to her. She uses filthy language. Mamata Banerjee’s statement won’t make any impact here. She will get a befitting reply,” Adhikari, a former leader of the Banerjee-headed ruling Trinamool Congress (TMC), said, according to news agency ANI. “She will make history when she runs away after losing. I would suggest her to get printed letter pads with ex-MLA written on it,” he added.
Speaking in Nandigram earlier in the day, the two-term chief minister remarked that “too much greed is not good” and that the Adhikari family will be “na ghar ka, na ghat ka” (neither here nor there, or, will be left with nothing). Besides Adhikari, his brother Soumendu, and father Sisir, both former TMC leaders, are now with the BJP.
News Source: HindustanTimes