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Tough competition for Rahul Baba! Mamata Banerjee announces that there are 1,140 countries in the world

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West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee never goes out of business. While most of the days she keeps impressing the pseudo liberals with her anarchy, she succeeds in making herself free to even make some bizarre statements. According to my knowledge, there are 195 countries in the world but the West Bengal chief minister claims that there are 1,140 counties in the world.

While addressing a rally, Mamata Banerjee said “Out of 1,140 countries, the Kanyashree scheme has found its place in five countries. It shows Bengal is marching ahead”.

If you don’t believe it, then you better watch the video where Mamata Banerjee make this unthinkable statement.

Note that Kanyashree, which was launched in 2013, is a Bengal government scheme aimed at empowering women. In the rally, Banerjee added that over two crore girls were benefiting from the scheme, but it looks like another fake statement.

So without any war, this lady has created 945 more countries and the rest of the world isn’t even aware of this massive development. Few of the security analysts are claiming that in the course of time Mamata Banerjee might separate West Bengal from India and divide it into 945 countries, with the help of Bangladeshi immigrants and thee Rohingyas.

Days ago Banerjee had done another such act where her photo was seen on a poster with a caption “Famous Bengali Legends”. Rabindranath Tagore, Kazi Najrul Islam, Iswarchandra Vidya Sagar, Swami Vivekananda and several other legends were seen in the poster including Mamata Banerjee (legend for what?) The billboard was found in sector V, which is known as the tech hub of Kolkata.

Earlier we had seen Rahul Gandhi making such bizarre statements to get media attention. And now he is being accompanied by Mamata Banerjee. What is common in these two politicians is that both are Prime Ministerial aspirants.


Hansika Raj

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