Navdata Conference: What did PM Modi say that live broadcast had to be stopped in West Bengal, Amit Malviya posted VIDEO

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Navdata Conference: What did PM Modi say that live broadcast had to be stopped in West Bengal, Amit Malviya posted VIDEO

New Voter Conference: BJYM, the youth wing of Bharatiya Janata Party, organized NaMo Navdata Sammelan on 25 January. In this, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, while interacting virtually with the youth, reflected their participation in the country’s independence and reconstruction. Said, youth are the heroes of change. He should play the responsibility in building a developed India in the next 25 years i.e. till 2047.

Prime Minister Modi’s address was being telecast live across the country. BJP had installed LED screens in every city and village, but there was controversy in West Bengal. BJP’s national communication in-charge Amit Malviya has posted a video on X and accused Bengal Police of stopping the live telecast of PM Modi’s speech.

Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee accused of strangulating democracy
BJP’s national communication in-charge Amit Malviya said, alleging that democracy is being strangled, West Bengal Police, on the instructions of Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, despite valid permission, stopped Prime Minister Modi’s address to the voters for the first time on National Voters’ Day in the entire state. Stopped the screening. Mamata Banerjee should be ashamed of strangulating democracy. he has to


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