Senior TMC chief Abhishek Banerjee on Monday hit again at Union House Minister Amit Shah over his comment that “bomb-making factories are current throughout West Bengal” and mentioned the BJP authorities on the Centre has knowledge on such items however is clueless on statistics on migrant labourers.
Terming Mr Shah’s comment as “disgusting ballot propaganda”, the TMC MP, who can also be the nephew of Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, accused the Union residence minister of attempting to disturb the social concord within the state.
“Ironic that Mr @AmitShah has discovered knowledge on bomb factories, however in the case of knowledge on migrants, his @BJP4India govt is clueless! How dare you threaten the individuals of Bengal with President’s Rule to disturb our social concord. Disgusting ballot propaganda! #BengalRejectsTanaShah,” he tweeted.
Mr Shah, in a current interview to a information channel, had mentioned that legislation and order has “gone for a toss” in West Bengal.
“Corruption is at its peak. The legislation and order scenario has gone for a toss. There are bomb-making factories in each district. The scenario isn’t good.”
“And what’s extra worrisome about democracy is the best way opposition employees are being framed in false circumstances and killed. Such issues do not occur in different states. As soon as upon a time, such issues used to occur in Kerala, however now there have been enhancements,” Mr Shah had mentioned.
When requested about his views on BJP leaders’ calls for for implementation of the President’s rule in West Bengal, Mr Shah had mentioned, “A pacesetter of a political social gathering is effectively inside his proper to make such an announcement. So far as the Authorities of India is anxious, we have now to work as per the constitutional norms, the bottom scenario and the governor’s report.”
The feedback on political killings drew sharp reactions from the TMC, which requested him to direct his consideration to Gujarat and Uttar Pradesh, the place the rule of legislation has “ceased to exist”.
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