Bhopal: Bhopal MP Sadhvi Pragya Thakur on Saturday said that West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee has gone mad realising that her rule will end soon.
The controversial BJP leader said the saffron party will win the Assembly polls in West Bengal next year and Hindu rule will come to the state.
She made the remarks while talking to media in Sehore on Saturday.
"Mamata knows that this is Bharat and not Pakistan where she is ruling and that is why she has lost balance of her mind. She has also realised that her attempts to disintegrate West Bengal from India will not succeed," Pragya Thakur said.
"She (Mamata Banerjee) is frustrated because she has realised that her rule is about to end. BJP will win the next Assembly election and there will be Hindu rule in West Bengal," said Thakur.
“This woman (Mamata Banerjee) who follows foreign ideology will not be allowed to succeed by BJP. She enrolled Muslim infiltrators as voters in West Bengal, gave them Aadhaar cards, voter ID cards. We will not allow this to happen. Hindu rule will be back in West Bengal,” Sadhivi said in response to a query by reporters.
Commenting on the attack on BJP leaders in West Bengal earlier this week, the Bhopal MP said that "anti-nationals, anti-Hindu always attack the BJP."
“Bharat will be a Hindu nation. This is for sure,” Thakur remarked.
In another controversial remark at a convention of Rajputs in Sehore, Thakur said, “A Brahmin on being called a Brahmin does not feel bad; a Kshatriya on being called a Kshatriya does not take offence; why a Shudra (Scheduled Caste) should raise an objection to being called a Shudra?”
It is their ignorance, she said, adding that population control rule should be imposed on those who work against the nation.