Bengal will drive last nail into BJP’s coffin in 2021: Mamata

Bankura: Issuing a warning to BJP, hours after it was decimated in Delhi Assembly polls, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Tuesday said the saffron party was now gradually becoming “a stateless entity” and her state will be the one to drive the last nail into the BJP’s coffin.

Earlier, Banerjee rejoiced over AAP’s win in Delhi calling it a triumph of democracy and said people did not want divisive politics.

Banerjee, who made a phone call to AAP supremo and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal to congratulate him on his party’s resounding success, told the media that the BJP was losing every poll now.

Later, addressing a meeting in Bankura, Banerjee said she had come with a great news. “The BJP has been defeated in Delhi. I called up Kejriwal and congratulated him profusely. We work together”.

Referring to the string of losses suffered by BJP in assembly election of various states since late 2018, she said: “It is gradually becoming stateless. It is being vanquished everywhere. In the assembly polls in 2021, we will perform its last rites.”

“Money cannot save BJP,” she said, asking women to blow their conch-shell like bugles ahead of war.