Kolkata: In the middle of the ruckus on the National Population Register (NRC) in Assam, there is a dispute between it and the Central Government and the State Government in West Bengal. CM Mamta Banerjee of Bengal has been standing in opposition to this from the beginning, while the BJP government at the center seems to be in the mood to implement NRC in West Bengal. Union Home Minister Amit Shah will reach West Bengal next week to discuss this important issue.
Amit Shah will address the people on the NRC and Citizenship Amendment Bill on October 1 at the Netaji Indoor Stadium in Kolkata. Earlier, he gave a speech on Jammu Kashmir, Article 370 and Article 35A in Mumbai, Maharashtra. It is worth mentioning that Mamta Banerjee, who came on a three-day visit to Delhi last week, met PM Narendra Modi on Wednesday. After this, she also met Home Minister Amit Shah. There was a serious discussion between the two about NRC. He urged Shah to give another opportunity to the people left in NRC.
She was seen as an attacker on the BJP in her speech when Mamata Banerjee was addressing a trade union meeting on Monday after returning from Delhi. He had said that an atmosphere of fear is being created about NRC. Due to this, claiming that six people died in the state, she said that she will not allow NRC to be implemented in Bengal.