Washington prasies Kolkata and Mamata Banerjee

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Friday, May 11, 2012


Clinton with Mamata Banrjee in Kolkata
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said her trip to Kolkata as remarkable. She praised for West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee. Hillary Clinton said that despite being a women Mamata Benerjee successfully ended 34 year long year Left rule in the state of West Bengal. Last week, Hillary Clinton was on a three day visit to India from May 7.First she came to Kolkata then moved to New Delhi. This was the first time when United State Secretary of State visited Writers' Buildings Kolkata to hold a important meeting with a West bengal chief minister Mamata Banrjee. She has also visited the La Marts Girls School in Kolkata.


Both Mamata Banerjee and Hillary Clinton are already listed among the 100 top influential people in the world by Time magazine.


Hillary Clinton - "I went last week to West Bengal in East India and had two remarkable experiences – meeting the newly elected chief minister, a woman, who on her own started a new political party and built that political party over many years, and just successfully ousted Communist Party that had been in office for 30, 34 years or so, and who is trying now to govern a state with 90 million people in it,". Clinton also mentioned that she met with a group of women in Kolkata mostly Indian and may be some American – who, along with some of the some men were running diffrent organisations to rescue girls from having been trafficked into prostitution line.


"And in particular, the very last line of one of our last presenters that change takes time and love makes the difference," US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton  said. "So when I was introduced to a young girl, probably about 10, who had, with her mother, been rescued from a brothel, who was dressed in her karate outfit and she asked me, 'Do you want to see me do karate'– I said, 'I really do."

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