Is Indian PM Modi planning to invite Pakistan PM Imran Khan over oath taking ceremony?

Is Indian PM Modi planning to invite Pakistan PM Imran Khan over oath taking ceremony?
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NEW DELHI - Indian TMC supremo and West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee said that while they were called Pakistanis, Modi was inviting Imran Khan for the swearing-in ceremony.

She further offered to resign as West Bengal CM but said her party had ‘rejected’ the resignation.

Speaking at a presser, she claimed that she couldn’t do anything for the last five months. She said that the number of votes had ‘increased while seats have decreased’.

She claimed that the EC worked with BJP and that an ‘Emergency situation was created’.She said: “Don't know how they didn't get 23 as predicted. Total communal politics was done. Modiji said will get 300 got it.

We still have majority, but BJP is resorting to violence. Such arrogance is not good. The amount of money used by BJP can exceed any scam. CBI, ED may be used against me, but I will take on.”

She added: “We are not Congress. Key positions like Kolkata police were changed so that money can enter Bengal. I am against rabid communalisation. All religions should be tolerant, it shouldn't be used for politics. Lot of complaints were sent, nothing was done. EC, media is controlled. Total forces were controlled.”

She went on to add that while they were called Pakistanis, Modi was inviting Imran Khan for the swearing-in ceremony. [image: 'I convinced there was setting']

Blaming the CPI(M), she said: “CPM gave entire money and votes to BJP. Massive money was given to voters.

Have no place to give my grievance. How is this such a one-sided election? There are some doubts about the election results. Where we lost less than 1 lakh votes, I have my doubt. I think 1 lakh votes were programmed.

All postal ballots went against us. I am convinced there was 'setting', how did BJP clean sweep in so many states.”

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