West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Wednesday said the CPI-M has "no shame" since it has deviated from its earlier stand to oppose division of the state and was instead supporting the Gorkha Janmukti Morcha (GJM) in the hills.
Criticising the dichotomy of certain leaders in the geopolitics of north Bengal, Banerjee said: "Some leaders say certain things in the plains (Terai-Dooars) and the opposite in the hills."
"Four elections have gone by and the CPI-M has only told lies. They used to say they won't let Bengal be divided and now they have no shame and are now supporting GJM in the hills," Banerjee said at Kalchini in Alipurduar distict.
'Alliance of conspiracy'
Attacking the CPI-M, BJP and Congress, the Trinamool Congress supremo said the Opposition indulges in hatching conspiracies and telling lies.
"They only shout crow... crow. They are only involved in cooking up conspiracies and say bad things and tell lies. They have no work. What they do is instigate people... sometimes instigate Hindu-Muslims etc.," she said.
She asserted anyone who clashes with her government will be destroyed to smithereens.
"They have formed an alliance of conspiracy, an alliance of disgrace. A section of media is involved in the conspiracy. I will reveal the names some day. I will not sit quite. Jo humse takrayega, woh choor choor ho jayega (Anyone who clashes with us will be destroyed to smithereens)," she added.