BJP national vice-president Dilip Ghosh said, “The state has become a terror hub. Police don’t take any step against such elements due to political pressure. The government is sympathetic towards them and helping them spread their wings. The CAA (Citizenship Amendment Act) is necessary to solve this.”
The Trinamool Congress, which is in power, retaliated against the BJP on Monday after it called West Bengal a “hub of terrorism” in reference to the recent arrest of a suspected member of the terror module from the state, saying that it is the central forces, not the police, who are guarding the international borders.
The state has turned into a hotbed for terrorism, according to Dilip Ghosh, national vice-president of the BJP. Due to political pressure, police do nothing to stop such elements. The government is sympathetic to them and is assisting in their upward mobility. To fix this, the CAA (Citizenship Amendment Act) is required.
“Terrorists have established safe havens in the North 24 Parganas, South 24 Parganas, Birbhum, Howrah, Malda, Nadia, and Murshidabad districts. Police are aware of them but avoid contact with them because of the politics involved. The government is aware of this, but all that is on its mind is the vote. As a result, Bengal is now home to all terror modules. Even in the past, many terrorists have been detained. They are staying and recruiting locally, Ghosh continued.
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