I am emotional, says Mamata
By Indo Asian News Service - KOLKATA
04th July 2012 06:46 PM
Admitting she was emotional, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee Wednesday said a person can never have a clear conscience until and unless he or she is emotional.
"Sometimes people say that I am very emotional, my decisions are driven by my emotions. I would like to answer them by saying that a person can never have a clear conscience until and unless he is emotional," Banerjee said, while giving a speech in Belur of Howrah district.
Banerjee has often been accused - both by the opposition and her well wishers - of taking decisions which are driven by her emotions rather than cool political calculations.
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