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Amit Shah argues that ‘infiltration continuing unabated’ and accuses Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee of impeding refugee citizenship

Amit Shah argues that 'infiltration continuing unabated' and accusesAmit Shah argues that 'infiltration continuing unabated' and accuses

Amit Shah: On Tuesday, Union Home Minister and senior BJP leader Amit Shah accused West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee of hindering refugees from obtaining Indian citizenship by opposing the Citizenship (Amendment) Act.

Speaking at a roadshow in Malda South, Shah called upon the people of Bengal to support the saffron party in the 2024 Lok Sabha elections. He asserted that under the Trinamool Congress (TMC) regime, infiltration was persisting unchecked in the state, emphasizing that only by voting for the BJP could this be halted.

“In the Trinamool Congress administration, infiltration remains unchecked. Mamata didi opposes the CAA and obstructs refugees from acquiring citizenship. If you wish to curb infiltration and corruption, cast your vote for the BJP,” he declared.

On Tuesday, Union Home Minister and senior BJP leader Amit Shah conducted a roadshow in Malda, West Bengal, just weeks before the Lok Sabha elections in the district.

The roadshow in Malda South commenced from Head Post Office More and proceeded towards the Rabindra statue. Shah positioned atop an adorned lorry alongside state BJP leaders, was observed waving to the gathered crowd.

As hundreds of people gathered on both sides of the road, BJP supporters cheered and shouted slogans in admiration of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Shah.

During the Karandighi rally, Shah stated that neither Congress nor Mamata Banerjee dared to “interfere” with the CAA.

The CAA provides citizenship to undocumented migrants from Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Afghanistan of all religions except Muslims, who entered India before December 31, 2014.

In Karandighi, the Union Minister emphasized the need to end the culture of cut money and corruption in Bengal, stating that “TMC cannot accomplish this.”

Shah added, “We aim to secure victory in 35 Lok Sabha seats from West Bengal.”

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The Malda South constituency is scheduled to participate in the third phase of Lok Sabha polls on May 7th.

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