Amit Shah's big announcement said "Refugees will be given citizenship rights after May 2"
Amit Shah's big announcement said

Kolkata:  The leaders have laid down their lives for the sixth phase of elections in West Bengal. Under the sixth phase, 43 seats in four districts will be voted on April 22. In this episode, the election campaign of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is steadily increasing. On Friday, several senior BJP leaders are busy campaigning in West Bengal. 

Several leaders including Home Minister Amit Shah, BJP President JP Nadda are seeking votes for their candidates here. In Tehatta, Home Minister and BJP veteran Amit Shah attacked the ruling party Trinamool Congress (TMC) fiercely. Amit Shah said that we have entered the new year and with the departure of ‘Didi’ on 2 May, Sonar Bangla will also enter a new era. Addressing the rally, Amit Shah said that the BJP will work to give citizenship to those who have been living here for 70 years, living the life of a refugee in their own country. A fund of 100 crores will be created under the leadership of CM for the refugees who get citizenship. 

Let me tell you that while the BJP is constantly promising to implement CAA and NRC in Bengal, the state's CM Mamta Banerjee has once again said in an election rally that the NRC will not be allowed to be implemented under any circumstances in Bengal. Will go. Mamta said that the people of Bengal will stay in Bengal, they will not let anyone out. 

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