Bengal a hub of ‘terrorists and anti-nationals’, scenario worse than Kashmir: Dilip Ghosh
While talking with press reporters after a BJP event at Baranagar in North 24 Parganas, Ghosh declared that the state has become a center of ‘terrorists and anti-nationals’.
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West Bengal BJP President Dilip Ghosh on Sunday, as soon as again lashed out at the Mamata Banerjee federal government calling the circumstance there worse than Kashmir.
While speaking to reporters after a BJP occasion at Baranagar in North 24 Parganas, Ghosh declared that the state has actually become a hub of ‘terrorists and anti-nationals’.
He said, ‘The other day 6 Al-Qaeda terrorists were jailed from Aipurduar (in North Bengal). A network has been formed in a number of locations of the state. Even Bangladesh leader Khaleda Zia has stated the terrorists are being trained in India and sent out to Bangladesh to produce disturbance. This state has actually ended up being a centre of terrorists, and anti-nationals. They are coming here from other places and taking shelter. The situation of Bengal is now even worse than Kashmir.’
Dilip Ghosh included that individuals of Bengal were living in a state of fear.
‘ Even my name was consisted of in the hit list of the anti-nationals. I have actually been assaulted in Jaygaon in Alipurduar district where Rohingya Muslims were positioned. If you view the video of the incident carefully, you can identify them through their appearances that they are not from Bengal,’ stated Ghosh
He included that West Bengal has plentiful Rohingyas, and other infiltrators who caste their vote to Chief Minsiter Mamata Banerjee’s Trinamool Congress (TMC).
‘ It is really disconcerting that a couple of political parties are offering shelter to the terrorists and anti-social aspects.’
Nevertheless the state BJP President appeared confident about the celebration’s performance in the upcoming Assembly elections that are going to happen in 2021.
Ghosh revealed confidence in the individuals of the state saying they understand ‘which party to elect’ even if all other parties collectively object to versus the BJP.
On AIMIM’s President Asaduddin Owaisi’s announcement to contest the next election in West Bengal, Ghosh said, ‘Numerous things can occur. Numerous political parties walking stick come here and contest. That doesn’t matter to the BJP. Our celebration has actually created an excellent environment to carry out surveys. Around 45 percent individuals of Bengal cast their choose the BJP. They have full faith in us. The TMC, CPI( M), Congress, AIMIM, all the celebrations can merge together. The party, which desires development, will be on one side and which wish to produce discontent will be on another.’
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