Amit Shah in Bengal : Local police does not cooperate with BSF, hence infiltration is increasing

सरकारी योजना के लिए जुड़े Join Now
खबरें Telegram पर पाने के लिए जुड़े Join Now

Kolkata : The Union Home Minister and former Bharatiya Janata Party president Amit Shah is on a tour of Bengal. During this, Amit Shah said that the Bengal Police does not cooperate with the BSF in the state. So infiltration is increasing here.

Amit Shah said that unless the support of the local police is not available, it is not possible to stop infiltration. The border of India and Bangladesh is geographically very difficult. There are many rivers, rivulets, and high-low peaks of mountains. Until the support of the local administration is given, the BSF alone cannot do anything because the scope of the BSF is limited.

Regarding the infiltration, he further said that there is an international conspiracy and the BSF does not have the right to take action on those who are involved under this conspiracy. Only the state administration will have to do this. The step was not taken even after the BSF gave information several times, which means that accused are protected.

Regarding the attack on BJP workers in Bengal, Amit Shah said that BJP workers are being tortured in Bengal. TMC workers are committing atrocities with BJP workers. The people of Bengal have faith in Narendra Modi.

Claiming to form the government for the first time by defeating TMC in West Bengal, Amit Shah said that the BJP is going to form the government in Bengal with a two-thirds majority. Mamta didi can’t stop it. Regarding the assembly elections in Bihar, he said that the government is going to form again under the leadership of Nitish Kumar in the state.

Back to top button