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Only the BJP can stop the infiltration in Bengal, says Amit Shah | India News


NORTH 24 PARGANAS: Attacking the BJP’s main political opponents in West Bengal, Union Interior Minister Amit Shah said on Tuesday “Trinamool Communists, Congress and Congress have vote banks in ‘infiltrators’, and only the BJP can stop the infiltration in Bengal. ”
“If things continue in the same way, Kolkata will face the infiltration problem also in the near time. The Communists, Congress and Mamata Didi have vote banks in these infiltrators. Only the BJP can stop the infiltration in Bengal.” said the BJP leader while addressing a public meeting in Bidhannagar.
“Should the infiltration stop or not? Can the communists stop the infiltration? Can Congress stop the infiltration? Can TMC stop the intrusion? These three parties see their vote bank in this,” he added.

Urging people to vote for the BJP, Shah said that the true transformation will only occur after May 2, the day the results of the assembly elections will be announced.
“It means making Bengal safer, keeping Bengal culture on the highest pedestal, protecting women, providing employment opportunities and strengthening Kolkata’s infrastructure,” he added.
Criticizing West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, the BJP leader said that the people of Bengal thought that ‘Would it bring a change in the time of great chaos of the Communists and asked the people if the state has changed? in the last 10 years?
“Has the intrusion stopped? Has the hooliganism stopped? Has it cut money and increased corruption or not? Is that why you brought Mamata Didi,” he asked.
The BJP leader also promised to build a ‘Sonar Bangla Museum’ if his party came to power in the state.
“We will form a Sonar Bangla Museum on par with international standards. An artists’ street will also be created in Kolkata. A three-day ‘Banglar Alo’ festival will also be launched to acquaint tourists from all over the world with Bengali culture.” . Shah said
“The transformation that we intend to make cannot be carried out by a unionized government with cuts in money and a government that is busy developing the ‘nephew’,” he added.
The fifth phase of the state’s current assembly elections will take place on April 17.

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