Nandigram: A day ahead of filing her nomination, Mamata Banerjee on Tuesday reached Nandigram, the home turf of Suvendu Adhikari, where both will face each other this election season. Mamata Banerjee launched a scathing attack against the saffron camp, accusing the party of polarising the election. During her first address as a candidate from Nandigram, the West Bengal chief minister slammed the Bharatiya Janata Party for calling her ‘outsider’ to the region. ‘I am not an outsider, no one fought for Nandigram except me,’ Mamata Banerjee said. Also Read - EC Calls All-Party Meeting In Kolkata As COVID Cases Surge In Bengal, Discussion Over Poll Campaigns Likely

‘I do not put money into people’s pockets to get votes. I do politics with the good wishes of people … On 1st of April do an April fool of them’, West Bengal CM further added. During her speech, she also accused the BJP of polarising the elections on the Hindu Muslim issue, Mamata Banerjee,” Those who discriminate between Hindus & Muslims, first you have to prove whether you are a good Hindu or not and then you can play the Hindu game with me.” Also Read - Mamata Banerjee Blames 'Outsiders' Brought by BJP For COVID Surge In West Bengal

“I will file my nomination tomorrow. After filing nomination, I’d come back to Nandigram & later I will unveil party manifesto’, Mamata Banerjee said while addressing a gathering in Nandigram. Also Read - Cooch Behar Killings: West Bengal Govt to Launch Probe to Punish Culprits, Says Mamata Banerjee