News By/Courtesy: SHAMBHAWI TIWARI | 05 Nov 2018 0:34am IST

HIGHLIGHTS

  • The draft of National Register of Citizens.
  • The killing of five people
  • The NRC issue is concerned much more to Bengalis and Muslims

The draft of National Register of Citizens has again caused a chaos in state of West Bengal, and Mamata Banerjee is the active politician working to get better results in next elections.

The killing of five people; Shyamlal Biswas, Ananta Biswas, Abhinash Biswas and Subodh Das in Assam’s Tinsukia has pushed the Bengal BJP on backfoot with CM Mamata Banerjee highlighting the plight of nearly 40 lakh Bengalis, Muslims and Biharis, who were excluded from the National Register of Citizens, in an official statement.

Mamata after incident tweeted “we strongly condemn the brutal attack in Tinsukhia and the killing of five people. Is this the outcome of NRC development? The perpetrators must be punished.

Bengal BJP president Dilip Ghosh accusing the Trinamool Congress said, “the people in west Bengal are worried about the safety of Bengalis in Assam”. Further, the BJP Chief also wrote a letter to Home Minister Rajnath Singh requesting to ensure the safety of Bengalis in Assam.

The NRC issue is concerned much more to Bengalis and Muslims and going to have a huge impact on 2019 Lok Sabha Polls in West Bengal. Mamata on present time shows herself as the most concerned leader to the situations in Assam. Her words to people of Assam, whose names were excluded from NRC has made her the most credible face among Bengalish looking for 2019 polls.

Section Editor: UTKARSH JAISWAL | 05 Nov 2018 0:54am IST


Tags : #Assam Killings

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