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Mamata fears repeat of Tripura in Bengal (5/15/2019) 
Mamata Banerjee alleged that BJP is spending a huge amount of money to purchase the mandate of the people and warned the saffron party that the tactic won't work in Bengal. "BJP should understand that Bengal is not Tripura. Here you cannot win votes by spending money," an irate Mamata retorted. While addressing a rally at Jadavpur, she said this culture is unknown in Indian politics. "One of my workers in Bankura informed that in a village dominated by Trinamool, BJP has given out Rs 5,000 per person to cast their votes in favour of their candidate. They are trying to purchase the mandate of the people," she added. She said Modi is "worse than Hitler and all fascist leaders put together" and urged people to cast their votes in favour of Mimi Chakraborty in Jadavpur and Mala Roy in South Kolkata. "Cast your vote in favour of Trinamool Congress to ensure the victory of United India," she said. Meanwhile, Election Commission on Wednesday ordered that campaigning for the final round of the Lok Sabha polls on Sunday will halt in West Bengal at 10 p.m. on Thursday. The campaigning would have originally ended at 5 p.m. on Friday -- as it would do in the rest of the country which will see voting on Sunday.
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