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Mamta govt not allowing trains with migrants to reach state: Amit Shah
Mamta govt not allowing trains with migrants to reach state: Amit Shah

Amidst the furor of Corona, the ongoing tussle between the Mamta Government and the Central Government in Bengal, Home Minister Amit Shah wrote a letter to the Chief Minister of Bengal, Mamta Banerjee. Union Home Minister Amit Shah has written a letter to Mamata Banerjee, in which the issue of non-cooperation of the Mamta government has been raised in the efforts being made by the Central Government to take home the migrant laborers of West Bengal.

In his letter, the Union Home Minister Amit Shah has said that the Mamta government is not helping the Center in getting the migrant laborers home by train. In this regard, he has written a letter to Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee. He has said that the Bengal government is not allowing the train to enter the state.

For your information, let us tell you that there is a lot of tension between the Central Government and West Bengal Government. Now both have come face to face with the migrant laborers. Where many state governments are operating special trains for migrant laborers. The Bengal government has not taken any such step. On Saturday, Home Minister Amit Shah has written a letter to West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee. In the same letter, Shah said, 'The state government is not getting support to help the migrants reach home. The Bengal government is not allowing migrants to reach the train in the state. It is an injustice to migrant laborers not to allow trains till West Bengal. This will create more difficulty for them.

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