BJP MP Shantanu Thakur slams Mamatabala Thakur over Matua mela | Sangbad Pratidin

Published by: Tiyasha Sarkar | Posted: April 8, 2021 9:44 am| Updated: April 8, 2021 9:44 am

Jyoti Chakraborty, Bangaon: This time Matua started with the fair. Shantanu Thakur alleges that Mamtabala Tagore is trying to close the fair for her own interest. Although Mamata Banerjee has claimed that BJP MPs have blown up the allegations, she has decided to close the fair because of Corona. Even in this situation, if the match is made, then he has nothing to say.

BJP MP Shantanu Tagore held a press conference on Wednesday. There he claimed that Mamtabala Tagore was closing the fair to satisfy his own interests. “The fair has been closed for the last two years. At that time Mamtabala Tagore took money from traders to run a shop. That money was supposed to be returned this time. He is now talking about closing the fair as he will not return the money. ” Besides, he said, “There will be a fair. This fair is for Matua fans. Not anyone’s private property. There are many more members in Thakurbari. Who will announce the decision to close Mamata Thakur Mela? ” In the words of Shantanu Tagore, “I will not ask anyone to come to the fair. I won’t tell you to go. Matua fans will come if they think. If not, don’t come Will match. If the government has the power, let it come and stop it. ”

[আরও পড়ুন: রাজারহাটে আক্রান্ত সংখ্যলঘু উন্নয়নমন্ত্রী গিয়াসউদ্দিন মোল্লা, লাঠির আঘাতে ফাটল মাথা]

Mamata Bala Thakur has criticized Shantanu’s statement. He said, “They don’t understand anything except money.” They want a fair for money. In 2019 and 2020, Shantanu’s organization took money from shopkeepers. I have announced to close the fair this time because of Corona. Even then, if there is a fair, it is the responsibility of those who will do it. ” Besides, Mamtabala reminded that before the death of Veenapani Devi, she was declared the Sanghadhipati. Meanwhile, Matua fans and traders who came to shop at the fair ground were confused by the statements of two members of two families of Thakurbari. They said, “We have come here from far and wide spending a lot of money. If there is no fair, I will start a bigger movement. I will block it if necessary. “

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