:shocked: After Modi, Mamata Banerjee to lay seige in Delhi with one crore supporters Mamata Banerjee is following the policy of Ekala Cholo Re... and she may continue doing so till the Lok Sabha polls. Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee in her extended party meeting hit several birds with one stone and ensured that all political parties got the message loud and clear. She roared and once again challenged Prime Minister Manmohan Singh of laying siege in Delhi with one crore people from Bengal, the date of which will be announced soon. Addressing a gathering of twenty thousand party leaders of all tiers from across the country she blew the trumpet for the Lok Sabha Polls. She walked the tight rope maintaining equidistance from all the leading political parties and announcing her victory even before the contest began... and this time she took on the Prime Minister for failed promises too. Mamata said, "What ever all the parties say they can do nothing in Bengal... even if the CPI (M) does mew-mew, Congress does chew chew and if BJP does Ghew ghew... none will get any space in bengal; thirty five years have been enough... I will soon go to delhi for demonstration... we will do it democratically and if required we will take one crore boys and girls from Bengal to delhi and demand for our rights." This time she took on the Prime Minister for failed promises too and the bankrupty in the state... "The prime minister had said that when the new government comes in power we will restructure the system of paying Either you stop taking money from our treasury. It is political vendetta of the central government. People will not forgive you. They never give us any funds. Don't scare us, we will not spare you. It is last appeal to the central government. If you don't stop deducting money and taking away from our earnings but if they make me unhappy then I will not leave you. I am not a CM then, I am a commoner and will sit on protest in delhi..." The only response on expected lines was on suspended MP Kunal Ghosh for his anti party comments made in public forum. Kunal was suspended from party on Saturday for making various comments in media glare against the party along with other leaders on the stage. The others had apologized in writing but Kunal seemed to continue with his media briefings. "We are a disciplined party, we are dedicated and devoted... if there is 0.1 per cent deviation in it in a particular political party then we should let it go... just leave it and ignore it. Then we will together again prove that we are a party of words" she hinted without naming the party MP. Mamata has won the panchayat polls and civic polls in past few months and the party is confident of continuing with the sweep in days to come... but this time the approach was not limited to Bengal but beyond it too.