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Amit Shah rules out imposition of Article 356 in Bengal; Says Mamata Govt will go in next year Assy poll

Amit Shah rules out imposition of Article 356  in Bengal; Says Mamata Govt will go in next year Assy poll

Kolkata, Nov 6 (UNI) Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Friday ruled out imposition of
Article 356 (President's rule) in West Bengal despite charging some serious allegations
against the Mamata Banerjee Government's "politicisation of administration, criminalisation
of politics and institutionalisation of corruption" in the state.
Addressing a media conference after his two-day hurricane tour of the state, Mr Shah
said there was no such administrative question raised now and he predicted the Mamata
Banerjee government would see the end of her ruling after the elections in May 2021.
Mr Shah said the BJP would emerge winner with two/third majority in the 294-seat
Bengal assembly and predicted the saffron brigade will bag more than 200 seats in next
year's voting.
Ruling out any intimidation to the voters, Mr Shah also assured that the Election
Commission of India would ensure free and fair voting in Bengal.
He appealed to the to give a chance to BJP to rule for five years in the 2021 poll and
assured that the state's past glory would be restored under Prime minister Narendra
Modi's leadership.
Mr Shah said there was huge resentment among the people regarding the alleged
failure of the TMC government for the past 9 years and the government turned into
autocratic.
He alleged that the state was ruled in three type of laws - one for the nephew, other
for vote bank and the third was for common people.
Mr Shah alleged the chief minister was now seeking to put her nephew in the chair.
" I appeal to the people to choose between parivar tantra or a clean government
under the leadership of PM Modiji," Mr Shah said.
Mr Shah also charged the Mamata Banerjee government with complete politicisation
of administration, crimination of politics and institutionalization of corruption.
He even pointed out that fund for Amphan ( cyclone) and Corona was also allegedly
misused by the TMC cadres.
Mr Shah also questioned why the Bengal government did not submit report to the
national crime bureau since 2018 and asked what the government wanted to hide.
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