West Bengal CM and TMC supremo Mamata Banerjee Saturday released two manifestos of her party — one for the state and the other titled as the “national manifesto —Our mission and vision.” The manifesto clearly reflected the “national ambition” of Mamata as it listed in detail national policies on matters starting from economic reforms to electoral reforms and from judicial reform to bringing back the “black money” stacked in foreign countries.
Mamata once again attacked the Congress and the BJP saying: “They have lost their credibility and credentials. While the UPA-II has been marked by misrule, the BJP has repeatedly been held responsible for riots and communal strife,” she said. She also accused the Communists of “inner contradictions and fascist misrule.” She said she wanted to see a “Resurgent India, a Just India and a Dynamic India.”
The least number of women candidates have been fielded by the Congress which has given tickets to just five women contestants.