Amit Shah wraps up two-day visit to Bengal, says CAA will be implemented 

By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi |

November 6, 2020 8:58:45 pm





Home Minister Amit Shah has lunch at the home of a party worker in Chaturdihi village, near Bankura town during his visit to the state. (Express photo by Partha Paul)

Wrapping up his two-day visit to West Bengal, Union Home Minister Amit Shah reiterated his government’s commitment to implement the contentions Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). He said, “borders in West Bengal are not secure, and that infiltration is going on in the state.”

He also attacked the Trinamool Congress government, saying that while the “NDA government aims to build a strong Bengal in a new era of development, CM Mamata Banerjee aims to make her nephew the next chief minister”.

Stating that the days of the Trinamool government are numbered, Shah appealed the people to “give a chance to Narendra Modi’s leadership”.

“We will make ‘Sonar Bangla’ within five years. Our aim is the development of West Bengal,” he said. “In the coming time, BJP will form government in West Bengal with over 200 seats. The people who blessed in Lok Sabha polls will again bless us.”

West Bengal goes to poll in the next six months.

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