New Delhi: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee once again lost her cool and warned a scribe to stay in his limits. The incident happened when the reporter raised a question on the partial impact of trade union strike in Bengal.

The moment the question was asked to Mamata Banerjee, she turned furious and labeled him as someone belonging to a particular media organization whose motive is to rake up such issues. Despite the scribe insisting that the markets remained closed and most of the public transport remained off road, Mamata snapped angrily and asked him to stay in limits.

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Replying angrily she further said that many journalists from media organizations enjoying the support of Left parties come here and they have never been asked to be thrown out.

This is not the first time that Mamata Banerjee has reacted in such a manner. There are several occasions when the West Bengal Chief minister has lost her cool.


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