Kolkata, April 27: West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee launched a fierce attack on her political opponents – Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Congress and Communist Party of India (Marxist). Mamata claimed that her party, the Trinamool Congress (TMC) would win the upcoming elections with a resounding mandate. Also Read - Mamata Banerjee Nearly Falls While Driving Electric Scooter to Protest Fuel Price Hike | Watch

Reacting on the Narada sting operation, the TMC supremo said, “There is no corruption. No bribery involved. Investigation would reveal the truth. This whole Narada scandal is a grand conspiracy of BJP, Congress and Left. The three of them are working with an anti-TMC agenda. BJP is benefitting only the Congress and CPM. They are in a tacit alliance.” Also Read - To Protest Petrol Price Hike, Mamata Banerjee Takes Electric Scooter To Office | VIDEO

“I will not tolerate corruption charges against me. If needed I will wash your utensils but don’t call me a thief,” Mamata added. Also Read - Police Denies Permission To JP Nadda's 'Poriborton Yatra' in Bengal' Barrackpore, BJP Says Will Move Court

Meanwhile, she also lashed out at the Prime Minister Narendra Modi calling him a ‘flop’. “He has not delivered anything. He is all talks but no action. And where he should speak, he maintains silence. His speech is golden, but silence is silver,” she said.

Mamata also promised development in the state at an accelerated pace when she returns to power. “We will bring back TATA. I would also offer them land in Singur.” TATA moved out of West Bengal after Mamata Banerjee failed to provide enough land to establish the production unit for NANO.

Ruling out an alliance with Congress in the near future, Mamata said, “I don’t need to align with Congress. After the elections, you would realize how the people of West Bengal feel about both the Congress and Left. Whether in the state or on a national level, we would neither support BJP nor Congress.” However, she added that her party would extend all possible support to Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal.