Kolkata: Alleging that the UPA government was using central agencies to disturb her government and her party while Congress was conspiring in league with CPI (M), West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Friday dared the Centre to 'touch' her.
    
Speaking on the media reports of the misuse of central agencies against top leaders of SP, BSP and AIADMK, TMC Chief Mamata Banerjee dared the Centre to drag her name in controversies.

“Let the Centre touch my hair. I will not bow my head. I am telling the king and the queen not to play with fire," she said adding that she was from a poor and not a royal family and was known to the people as 'Mamata' and not Chief Minister.
    
Vowing to be the nemesis of Congress in the coming Lok Sabha polls, she said, "Elections will be held in three to six months time from now and we will bring a change in Delhi.
    
"We will smash the web of conspiracy against Bengal. Congress, CPI (M) and a section of the BJP have joined hands to conspire against us," she alleged.
    
"We will see to it that Congress (which won six Lok Sabha seats last time) does not get a single seat from West Bengal next time," Banerjee said, adding that she would tour the country to bring about this change at the Centre.

(Agencies)

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