Amit Shah Says: After Making govt. in West Bengal, a Complete Cross-Border Infiltration Would Be Stopped - Viral Bake
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Union Home Minister Amit Shah said that West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee runs the TMC government on the 3T model; ‘Tolabaji‘ (extortion), ‘Tanashahi‘ (dictatorship) and ‘Tushtikaran‘ (appeasement).

Source: India TV News

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Amit Shah oozed that Ms Banerjee will lose from the constituency in the Purba Medinipur district against her former lieutenant and BJP candidate Suvendu Adhikari in the Nandigram seat. Determining cross-border infiltration as one of the biggest problems for the North Bengal region, he said that I promise to completely stop illegal immigration of people from neighbouring Bangladesh if we come into power in the state.

Besides, Mr Shah also promised that the BJP will spend ₹2,000 crores annually on developments of north Bengal and establishing an AIIMS for the people of the region. In an election rally held in Coochbehar district’s Sitalkuchi, he said, “Cross-border Infiltration is north Bengal’s biggest problem. The TMC government can never stop it, only we can.”

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Shah said that Mamata didi is losing in Nandigram as she has done nothing in terms of development. After coming to power in the state, we promise to constitute a North Bengal Development Board and spend ₹2,000 crores annually on the region’s development.

However, the constituencies in the Coochbehar district will be held in the fourth phase of the assembly election 2021 on April 10. The counting and result will be announced on May 2 for all the 294 assembly seats.


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