Narada Sting Case: Amit Shah Rejects Trinamool Congress' Conspiracy Charge

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Narada Sting Case: Amit Shah Rejects Trinamool Congress' Conspiracy Charge

Narada Case: Amit Shah rejected Trinamool Congress' charge that BJP conspired against its leaders

Kolkata:  BJP president Amit Shah today rejected Trinamool Congress charge that conspiracy was hatched to frame its party leaders in corruption cases including Narada. "There is no conspiracy. They (TMC leaders) were seen on TV taking money. Entire world can see it", he said, rejecting the TMC charge that conspiracy was hatched by the BJP in framing the TMC leaders in corruption cases.

"Mamata Banerjee has developed BJP phobia. She is seeing BJP in everything", he told journalists at the press club.

The BJP president also accused the TMC government of practising 'politics of appeasement' and alleged, "there is no industry in the state. Only bomb industry flourished here".

"Fake currency is entering the state and it was not stopped".

He said after the defeat of the Left Front, the people in the state thought that development will take place but "Bengal continue to lag behind even during the TMC rule".

He said that development has taken place everywhere where BJP was in power.

Mr Shah declined to say anything on Ms Banerjee's charge that BJP is a party which engineered communal riots.

Narada sting operation, include series of sting operations conducted and released ahead of 2016 West Bengal Assembly elections.

In sting operation around twelve TMC ministers and leaders were caught accepting bribes on camera.

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