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Home Minister Amit Shah launched an open challenge to TMC head Mamata Banerjee that no TMC worker would be able to disrupt the citizens of West Bengal from voting in the upcoming elections.
Amit Shah visited Subrata Biswas, migrant family in the village of Narayanpur. After visiting the migrant family from Bangladesh, Amit Shah told that he wants to express to the people of Bengal that no one should be scared.
Other party leaders, including Mukul Roy, Kailash Vijayvargiya and Dilip Ghosh, had stopped to have meal at the migrant Subrata Biswas’s house.
Shah further argued that consciousness among the people of Bengal has risen and that, when the masses stand together, it becomes difficult to terrorise them in a democratic world. Shah further argued that the BJP Karyakartas have served at booth level to ensure that the mandate of the people is upheld. In addition, “the Election Commission was urged to make adequate security arrangements with the CRPF, and this time not a single TMC would be able to harm any of my sisters who are going to cast their votes,” said the Home Minister. Amit Shah is on a two-day visit to the poll-bound state to launch the fifth and final process of Poribortan Yatra in Bengal.
Shah also rebuked the Mamata Government for not enforcing the central schemes in Bengal. Saying that he was thrilled to know that the home of the migrant family he visited was constructed under the PM-AWAS project, Amit Shah said that it is sad that the TMC government has initiated only 15-20 schemes out of 115 central government schemes in West Bengal. ”
“The schemes of the Core in Bengal are not percolated. The whole focus is on corruption,” said HM. He said that when BJP comes to power in West Bengal, it will work for the introduction of the Seventh Pay Commission. Shah said that the state economy is in such a vulnerable position that the seventh pay commission is not provided to employees of the state government.