Mamata Banerjee, Suvendu Adhikari targets Mamata Banerjee saying she is creating differences between Police and BSF.


Attempts to create a conflict between the police and the BSF

Attempts to create a conflict between the police and the BSF

Leader of the Opposition Shuvendu Adhikari tweeted that the Chief Minister was trying to create a rift between the police and the BSF. Where he tagged BSF, state police, PM’s office, home minister, defense minister. He also tagged state Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar to inform the Rashtrapati Bhavan.

The Chief Minister is despising the BSF

The Chief Minister is despising the BSF

In another tweet, Shuvendu Adhikari alleged that Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee was repeatedly insulting the BFF. He said there was a need for a Chief Minister to take an oath of allegiance to the Constitution of India and to uphold the sovereignty and integrity of the country. But without doing so, he is repeatedly humiliating the BSF.

Chief Minister's remarks on BSF during district visit

Chief Minister’s remarks on BSF during district visit

On Tuesday, the Chief Minister held an administrative meeting of North and South Dinajpur in Raiganj. That video was posted by Shuvenamdu Adhikari. There, the Chief Minister warned the SP, IC BDOs about BSF. There, he said, the BSF invaded villages and often tortured civilians. Complaining that they were seen at the polling booths during the polls, the Chief Minister asked the SPs present there whether they had spoken to the DG of BSF. The Chief Minister said that in Murshidabad, Malda, North Dinajpur, South Dinajpur, where the BSF was supposed to come 15 km without informing the police, they went in and out without informing the police. At the time, a police officer said that although the BSF had written a letter, they were being allowed to do so. At that time the Chief Minister mentioned Nagaland. The Chief Minister mentioned the incident of Shitalkuchi during the polls and also mentioned the death of 3 people at the Kochbihar border a few days ago.

Encouraging cattle smuggling and women trafficking

Encouraging cattle smuggling and women trafficking

Last October, at the direction of the Home Ministry, the scope of work of BSF in West Bengal was increased from 15 km to 50 km. The Chief Minister has even approached the Prime Minister about this. In this regard, Shuvendu Adhikari said sarcastically that Hon’ble is disobeying the instructions of the central government. Those who protect the country are the target of honor. Through this work, the Chief Minister of the state is encouraging women trafficking, cattle smuggling and militants.



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