Kolkata, June 26 (IANS) West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Monday said there is an environment of intolerance in the country and urged the people to stay united. Also Read - Delhi Chalo: Rahul Gandhi Slams Modi Government Over Farmers Protest, Fires 'Suit-Boot' Jibe

“I know the atmosphere of intolerance has given this country a lot of pain. But we do not think that way. We are here for all. We are united,” Banerjee told an Eid-ul-Fitr ceremony in the city. Also Read - COVID-19: BJP MLA Kiran Maheshwari Passes Away, PM Modi Condoles Demise

Banerjee addded amid cheers: “Stay together. No one will be able to do anything to you.” Also Read - Regretting Error: Congress MP Anand Sharma Clarifies After Praising PM Modi's Visit to Vaccine Facilities

The Trinamool Congress chief, who returned from the Netherlands on Sunday after attending a UN event, said: “We are humans first. Then we are Hindus, Muslims and Christians. We all stand united. We are for all and we fight for all.”

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