West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee today said “super dictatorship” is going on in the country but opposition parties have come on a platform and there will be a change in 2019. She alleged that “Super dictatorship is going on in the country. If somebody says anything, the Centre will send the ED, or CBI or IT to their homes. All are scared of that. Banerjee criticised the BJP-led NDA government at the Centre at an interaction ‘Rising Bengal 2017’ in Kolkatainteractive session hosted by a news channel here. She further said that “We are waiting for the change. No front has been formed as yet, but the opposition parties have come on a platform and have started working. Wait for six months. Things will be clear,” she said . When she was asked to make comment on Chief Minister Nitish Kumar quitting the Grand Alliance with RJD and Congress in Bihar, Banerjee said “You are thinking about one Nitish Kumar but I am thinking about 100 Sharad Yadavs, 100 Lalu Prasads, 100 Akhilesh Yadavs”.