Debjit Mukherjee, Kolkata: ‘Delhi Chalo: A Fight for Our Rights!’ People from Bengal headed to Delhi who are deprived of their dues even after working for 100 days. In a virtual speech on Saturday afternoon, Abhishek Banerjee repeatedly gave a message to the workers, supporters and deprived marginalized people that no incitement, no unrest, but the entire movement should be organized cold-heartedly to get the dues.
On this day, he said, “We cannot be stopped in any way. I will return with the dues to Bengal. No one can stop. You are going to collect your rightful money, it has to be done in a fully democratic manner.”
Then he gave details about the program of October 2 and 3. At the same time, Abhishek again warned the Modi government, “If anyone in Delhi is touched or scratched, we will not tolerate. We know how to respond.”