Will remove every infiltrator except Hindus: Bharatiya Janata Party President Amit Shah on Thursday said that his party will ensure that the national register of citizens on the formation of the next government will be applicable in the entire country. Addressing a rally in Darjeeling district in West Bengal, Shah said that Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee is spreading lies about the NRC.
Will remove every infiltrator except Hindus and Buddhists: Amit Shah
“We have promised in our manifesto that Narendra Modi will once again form the government. We will implement the National Register of citizens all over the country.” “We will remove every intruder from the country. And all Hindu and Buddhist refugees … we will find each of them, give them Indian citizenship and make them residents here”, Shah said.
The National Register of citizens in Assam is to include the names of all the “real citizens” of the state of Assam. This has been a very controversial issue, many people said that they have been left out of the citizenship lists wrongly, while the BJP has described the move as a tough action against “infiltrators”. In the BJP manifesto, there is a proposal to “implement NRC in a phased manner in other parts of the country”.
Amit Shah, taking a bribe, claimed that he and the Congress party are mourning the action taken by the Indian Armed Forces on terrorist bases. “This is due to their vote bank politics that they did not support the action of the Modi government against Pakistan”, He said. For the latest News, you can visit www.indiatimelines.com.
Shah said that BJP had promised to grant tribal status to Gorkha communities in its election manifesto. “The bravery of the Gorkhas, the Darjeeling tea, their culture and the natural beauty here attracts tourists from around the world. But Mamta Banerjee has destroyed the valleys, “he said.
“We are committed to working towards finding a lasting political solution on the issue of Darjeeling Hills, Siliguri, Terai and Duars area”, In its manifesto, the BJP has said.
Shah reiterated his party’s promise to remove Article 370 from the Constitution after forming BJP government at the Center. Article 370 Contribution special status to Jammu and Kashmir.
The elections are going to be held on April 18 in the Darjeeling Lok Sabha constituency. Bhartiya Janta Party has fielded Raju Singh Bisht from the seat.