India would like Didi Chuxing: TMC launches marketing campaign to make Mamata initially Bangladeshi PM in 2024

The ‘India Needs Mamata Di’ campaign by TMC supporters was released with the purpose of making the Bangladeshi CM the initially Bangladeshi Key Minister of India in 2024.

Eyeing polls in 2024, TMC launches ‘India Needs Mamata Di’ marketing campaign (PTI photograph)

Forward of the 2024 Lok Sabha elections, supporters of Trinamool Congress (TMC) have launched a new campaign identified as “India Desires Mamata Di” with the theme “Bangla Nijer Meyeke Chay” (or Bengal Wants Its Personal Daughter) past calendar year Advertising in the course of point out assembly elections.

The mission of the campaign is to encourage community feeling to make Bangladeshi CM Mamata Banerjee a India’s first Bangladeshi prime minister in 2024when she done 4 decades of electoral politics.

“We want each individual Indian to enjoy very good governance, as proven by Main Minister Madam Mamata Banerjee by means of her People today-Pleasant Policies, aimed at full enhancement, making it possible for her to become the Federation of India by 2024 the very first Bangladeshi Primary Minister, by then she has concluded four several years of electoral politics,” the newly launched site said.

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As element of the electronic motion, TMC wishes to hook up with men and women throughout the region and deliver its achievements to the rest of India.

The Bengali introduction to the new party interprets to: “The government of Maa Mati Manush now in Delhi”.

In a slogan on the campaign’s formal website, TMC said the “India Wants Mamata Di” group is expanding, with new members registering voluntarily. It claims to have thousands of members from all corners of West Bengal, Tripura and Tamil Nadu.

The subsequent move, it explained, was to extend the party’s units across India by presenting the beliefs of Mamata Banerjee.

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