Criticizing West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee over the recent attack on the convoy of BJP chief JP Nadda, Home Minister Shah on Sunday called state police officers near the Center. They called them to call on officials responsible for providing security for central deputation. And he asked the Trinamool Congress to go through the rules before raising a finger on the Union government.
He also said that due to the epidemic the rules of the Citizenship Amendment Act have not yet been implemented and the matter will be considered after the commencement of Covid-19 vaccination.
Addressing a press conference in Bolpur, Shashah said that Banerjee and the Trinamool Congress raised the issue of “outsider-insider” to divert public attention from the failures of the state government and that the “son of clay” would lead the state . If the BJP is in power.
Shah said, “CAA regulations have not yet been implemented because such a huge process could not be carried out due to coronovirus. We will consider it as soon as vaccination begins and the coronovirus infection cycle breaks. ” .
“This is according to the federal structure . They should first go through the rules and then talk to the Center and the public, ”Shah said.
He said that BJP workers have decided that we will respond to the violence in a democratic manner and will show this government by defeating in the coming elections. Amit Shah said that if BJP wins from here, it will be the next Chief Minister from the soil of Bengal.
The CAA bill passed the Parliament last year and took the form of law, but it has not yet been implemented due to protests and then the Corona epidemic.