Amit Shah will visit Bengal amid tight security after attack on Nadda
Amit Shah will visit Bengal amid tight security after attack on Nadda

New Delhi: Special arrangements have been made by the security agencies regarding the visit of Union Home Minister and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) veteran Amit Shah to West Bengal. His security has been strengthened after the attack on the convoy of BJP National President JP Nadda. There will be an increase in the number of personnel posted in the Close Protection Team and Outer Protection Team.

Central Security Force and State Armed Police personnel will be deployed under the protection of Union Home Minister Amit Shah. During the roadshow and public meeting, the people present on the road will be screened at important places. A large number of security personnel will be deployed in plain uniform among the crowd. Security agencies will regularly perform Reiki and rehearsal before the program at the venue and roadshow.

The local police has been instructed to keep an alert on the law and order of the area. Amit Shah will be on Bengal tour on 19 and 20 December. His visit is being seen as a preparation for the assembly elections in Bengal next year. It is being told that during this time, Shah will take food at the farmer's house and will also hold talks with party workers and review the preparations for the election.

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