bsf jurisdiction expansion: Suvendu officer’s attack against the decision of Mamta government
- Mamta Banerjee government passed resolution against increasing BSF jurisdiction
- BJP leader Suvendu Adhikari attacked after the resolution was passed in the assembly
- Questions raised on discussion, compared with discussion of assembly of Pakistan and Afghanistan
A resolution was passed in the West Bengal Assembly on Tuesday against the expansion of the BSF’s jurisdiction. Bharatiya Janata Party MLAs in the assembly opposed the proposal of Mamta government. Such a resolution was brought in the assembly of West Bengal of Punjab. In the West Bengal Assembly, this resolution was passed by 112 votes to 63.
In the resolution tabled in the West Bengal Assembly, Parliamentary Affairs Minister Partha Chatterjee demanded that the central government immediately withdraw the decision to increase the jurisdiction of the BSF. He said that increasing the jurisdiction of BSF is a direct attack on the federal structure of the country. After the resolution was passed in the assembly, Leader of Opposition and BJP MLA Suvendu Adhikari made a big attack on the Mamta government. He said that such a resolution would not make any difference. The notification of the Union Home Ministry has already been issued.
no legal basis for resolution
Suvendu Adhikari said that the resolution passed in the assembly has no legal basis. The notification of the Union Home Ministry has already been issued and it has also become effective. He said that the cow and drug smugglers and human traffickers of Trinamool Congress are scared of the notification issued by the central government. He has heatedly debated during the discussion in the assembly. On this too Suvendu took a beating.
Abuse given to BSF
Suvendu Adhikari said the statement of senior TMC MLAs and ministers during the discussion in the Assembly on the proposal against expansion of BSF jurisdiction was shameful. The way they abused BSF is shameful. This type of language is unacceptable to BSF. He said that with the new rule, the question of any dispute between the BSF and the state police does not arise.
No fencing on 500 km border
Suvendu Adhikari said that during the discussion in the assembly, I was thinking whether this discussion is happening in any Indian state or Pakistani or Afghan state. He said that there is no fencing on the 500 km long border of Bengal. Smugglers mainly enter from the coastal areas and carry out anti-national activities from Cooch Behar, North and South Dinajpur, Malda, Murshidabad and Nadia. Immediate action is needed against this.
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