Mamata Banerjee pens poem after Chidambaram’s arrest, says ‘democracy has ‘lost address’

West Bengal Chief Minister and Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee is known for paintings and other activities apart from her regular task of taking care of the state as well as the party. Previously, one of her paintings sold for a huge amount. Her latest artistic offering is a poem she wrote expressing her concern over the loss of democracy in the current regime. The poem Thikana (address), penned in Bengali, come hours after she slammed the manner in which former Union Minister P Chidambaram was arrested by the CBI in the INX Media case. Taking to Twitter, she wrote, While pointing out that fascism denounces all, she wrote in the poem, Speaking to reporters at Digha, she added, I am not talking about the legal aspects. However, P Chidambaram is a senior politician, former finance and home minister of this country. The way Chidambarams matter is being handled is very unfortunate. This is very depressing, She also felt that We are missing democracy in our country. Democracy is crying. But no comments about the judiciary, Earlier too, she penned a poem just after 2019 Lok Sabha polls results were out. Voicing her dissent, she named her poem, In the poem the CM wrote, she did not believe in