"These are doctored videos. I won't say anything about the (parliamentary) ethics committee. Our MP Kalyan Banerjee will speak about it. I will only say these videos were made before the 2014 Lok Sabha polls. Now it is 2016. These videos were made for political purpose. It is a political vendetta. It will not have any impact," Banerjee said.

She challenged the authenticity of video clips of the Narada News, showing two Trinamool Congress leaders either accepting bribes or promising favours in exchange for stakes in a fictitious company, saying "If any businessman from Bengal or all over the world can say that we have taken money in lieu of the work done, I will resign tomorrow."

The BJP is circulating the clips from their office. What amount of money did they spend to buy these videos? Where from did they get the audacity to say Bhag Mamata Bhag? Don't think that you are in power in Delhi so you can do whatever you want. I am not afraid of such threats, Banerjee said.

At present, the parliamentary ethics committee and the Calcutta Hight court are looking into the videos.

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