Bengali Hunt Desk: Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Saturday said the decision to impose presidential rule in West Bengal would be taken keeping in view the report of Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar and the constitution. “I am forced to say that law and order has been broken in West Bengal,” he said. Even there, a situation has arisen where the Indian government has imposed presidential rule. We therefore consider it necessary to consult the Indian Constitution and Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar's report.
Amit Shah's remarks came after BJP state secretary general and BJP MP Babul Supriyo demanded the imposition of presidential rule in the state. Amit Shah said, ‘As a political leader, their position on this issue is logically correct. Law and order situation in Bengal is bad “
Earlier, BJP state secretary general Kailash Vijayvargiya launched a major attack on Mamata Banerjee's government. He said that Mamata Banerjee's government is killing our leaders and workers by hiring shooters from Bangladesh. “It's not just a complaint, I have evidence,” he said. The BJP leader said he would get all the evidence if the CBI investigates the case.
Vijayvargiya said, “The Mamata government is killing our leaders and workers by hiring shooters from Bangladesh.” Mamata's government could launch a bigger attack by calling for shooters. Mamata Banerjee has eaten the rations sent by the Prime Minister during Kovid 19. Trinamool leaders, activists rioted among themselves, dropped bombs. Mamata's government has been divided into two groups from within.
Opposition leaders in the state, especially the BJP, have accused the victorious Mamata government of bringing shooters from Bangladesh to kill workers. The state government has also been accused of firing chemical water cannons at protesters during the BJP's Nabanna campaign on October 8. “Many of our workers became unconscious due to this chemically added water,” Vijayavargiya said.