Amit Shah accuses CM Mamata Banerjee for opposing CAA

Amit Shah accuses CM Mamata Banerjee for opposing CAA

During a recent roadshow in Malda South, Union Home Minister Amit Shah criticized West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee for her stance against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act (CAA), claiming it prevented refugees from acquiring Indian citizenship. Shah appealed to the citizens of Bengal to cast their votes for the BJP in the upcoming 2024 Lok Sabha elections, alleging that the current TMC government was unable to halt the ongoing infiltration in the state.

“Vote for the BJP if you wish to put an end to both infiltration and corruption,” Shah declared, emphasizing that the TMC’s governance has seen these issues persist. The roadshow, which took place weeks before the Lok Sabha elections, saw Shah and other BJP leaders atop a festively adorned lorry, acknowledging the cheers of the crowd and BJP supporters who lined the streets, chanting in support of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Shah.

At a rally in Karandighi, Shah confidently stated that neither the Congress party nor Mamata Banerjee would challenge the CAA, which aims to provide citizenship to non-Muslim undocumented migrants from Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Afghanistan who entered India before the end of 2014.

Shah also addressed the issue of corruption in Bengal, specifically the ‘cut money’ culture, asserting that the TMC is incapable of eradicating it. He further announced the BJP’s ambitious goal to secure 35 Lok Sabha seats from West Bengal.

The Malda South constituency is scheduled to vote in the third phase of the Lok Sabha elections on May 7.

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