Save West Bengal from burning: BJP MP Soumitra Khan’s letter to Amit Shah

Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP and party’s West Bengal Vice President Soumitra Khan wrote a letter to Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Saturday.Khan appealed to Shah to deploy central forces in the state.He appealed to Amit Shah to ‘save West Bengal from burning’, saying that Bengal is not safe.

He wrote, “To keep the people of Bengal safe, you (Amit Shah) should appoint a central force at the earliest and hand over the security of West Bengal to him so that the people of the state can get freedom from the oppressive and tyrannical government.”

In the letter, Khan informed Shah about the situation in the state.He said, “On June 9, in the name of protest in Howrah, the national highway was blocked for six hours, affecting a lot of people. Similarly, on June 10, a dire situation was witnessed at Park Circus, while Rohingya (Muslims) And Trinamool Congress (TMC) goons thrashed policemen at Domjur police station.”

‘Crime cases are increasing day by day’ State BJP Vice President said in his letter that crime cases are increasing day by day in West Bengal.He also referred to the recent murder of a couple in the high security area of ​​Bhawanipur.”The incident took place near the residence of Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, who also represents the constituency from here in the state assembly. The state government did not take any step in the matter,” he said.

‘People are sad and scared’ Referring to the dire situation prevailing in the state, Khan said people are sad and scared as the atmosphere is tense and the situation in the state is uncontrollable.He claimed that incidents of crime have increased in the state due to the rise in “Rohingya infiltration”.The BJP MP said that the state government is committing atrocities on the people by making Rohingyas pawns.

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