Kolkata, 17 October: The Trinamool Congress (TMC) hit back at Union Home Minister Amit Shah’s comments on law and order in West Bengal, saying on Saturday that they should first look at the BJP (BJP)-ruled Uttar Pradesh (UP), where The rule of law has “come to an end”. The Trinamool Congress (TMC) leadership said on Shah’s statement regarding the killing of opposition party workers in West Bengal (West Bengal), “Political killings are a subject for which He knows about it very well.
Trinamool spokesperson Derek O’Brien said, “The first thing is that there is a lot of speculation about Amit Shah ji’s health.” We wish him a speedy recovery. As far as his views on political killings are concerned, the BJP (BJP) is now trying to call the death of TB or cancer a “political murder” to increase the death toll.
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O’Brien said, “Why don’t he deal with a big confrontation in his Bengal unit first?” They should study the history of Bengal under the CPI (M) rule to understand how far the state has come. ”
He said that Trinamool believes in peace and goodwill. He said, “Amit Shah ji should focus his attention on Uttar Pradesh and Gujarat. After all, ‘political killings’ is a subject about which Amit Shah ji knows more.’
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Senior Trinamool leader Saugata Roy also said, “He (Shah) is not aware of the ground situation of the state.” There is no rule of law in Uttar Pradesh (UP), but they do not say anything about it.
It is noteworthy that Shah said in an interview to a private news channel that the law and order situation in West Bengal (West Bengal) is serious and political parties like BJP (BJP) have every right to demand imposition of President’s rule there.
“However, the central government will take appropriate decisions keeping in mind the constitution and on the basis of the Governor’s report,” Shah said. He said that in West Bengal, “the activists of opposition parties were implicated in false cases and killed” ‘It is a matter of concern.
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