Injured tiger more dangerous, says wheelchair-bound Mamata in Kolkata
The TMC supremo Mamta Banerjee also announced that she will campaign across Bengal in wheelchair.
West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee who led a road show in Kolkata on a wheelchair on Sunday said an injured tiger gets more dangerous.
"I have faced lot of attacks in life but never bowed my head," Mamata said while addressing a rally in Kolkata.
Accompanied by senior TMC leaders, Banerjee was seen greeting the crowd with folded hands, with security personnel pushing her wheelchair
The TMC supremo also announced that she will campaign across Bengal in wheelchair.
"If people vote for us, we'll ensure that democracy returns to them. May all conspiracies against Bengal be destroyed. I assure that I'll campaign on a wheel chair with a broken leg. Khela Hobe. A wounded tiger is the most dangerous animal," she said.
Days after she was injured and hospitalised during election campaign in Nandigram, TMC supremo Mamata Banerjee participated in a TMC road show in Kolkata on a wheelchair.
Earlier this week, Mamata had alleged that she was attacked by four to five people in Nandigram.
Banerjee joined the five km road show from Mayo Road to Hazra More, as part of observation of Nandigram Diwas to commemorate the killing of 14 villagers in police firing during the anti-land acquisition protest in 2007.
Meanwhile, the Election Commission has ruled out that there was any attack on Mamata Banerjee that led to her injuries during her election campaign in Nandigram.
Special observers Ajay V Nayak and Vivek Dube have, in their joint report to the Election Commission stated that there were no significant pointers to suggest any pre-meditated or planned attack on her convoy.