New Delhi: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has given a very strict statement on the decision to immerse the Durga statue on the day of the Calcutta High Court’s Muharram. Mamta Banerjee said, ‘Someone can cut my throat, but no one can tell me what I should do. To maintain peace, I will do whatever I can. ‘ According to the ANI, this comment has been made after Mamata Banerjee came to the Calcutta High Court on Thursday afternoon. The High Court has dismissed the notification of the Mamta Government while rejecting the order of the state government on the ban on immersion of Durga statues on the day of Muharram.
The court had said before Thursday on the matter that the government can not interfere in the faith of the people. On the day of Muharram, the ban of Mamata government’s ban on immersion was challenged in the High Court. During the hearing on Wednesday, the court had made a strong comment on Mamta’s government about this order. The court had said that the government wanted to create a rift between two communities. In fact, a decade ago, after the order of West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, a riot broke out.
While condemning the critics accusing Muslim appeasement, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said that it is humiliating to her. He said on the occasion of the inauguration of a Durga Puja Pandal, “When I go to the programs of Hindus, Christians or Buddhists, I do not accuse anyone of appeasement. This allegation is only made when I join the programs of Muslims.
She said these things are insulting. I join the celebrations organized by people of all faiths. The Trinamool Congress chief said I believe in every religion. I get angry when those who have not understood Bengal, they advise. He asked the people present, did anybody (Durga) do the statue immersion Saturday or (Vijay Dashami) Ekadashi.