Kolkata: lashing out at the Mamata Banerjee led Trinamool government in West Bengal Home Minister Rajnath Singh on has said that the situation in the state has deteriorated so much that no one is safe here now a days.
Addressing a BJP rally at Nort 24 Parganas Ashoknagar, the HM said, “Law and order in the state has reduced to shamble under the TMC regime, neither Ma nor Mati or Manus is safe here.”
Hitting out at the Mamata government for its failure to prosecute the culprits of Malda riots, Rajnath said that the communal violence in Malda is not just a minor scuffle between BSF and locals, it is a grave issue and should be dealt with accordingly.
Hitting out at the state government over the business summit held in Kolkata a few days ago, Rajnath said to attract investment the state government must first ensure security and safety. No one will invest in Bengal unless the current security structure is revamped.
He further said that the state has virtually turned into the grazing grounds of anti-social social where even the police force is attacked and humiliated.
“Aaj West Bengal mein koi surakshit nhi, na maa, na maati na manas. Yahan tak ki police wale bhi surakshit nhi”, said Rajnath.
Lauding PM Modi and the Centre the HM said that we have given a befitting reply to Pakistan on Pathankot attack and will continue to do so in the future. He further said that PM Modi has made India’s presence felt in the international community.
On the Netaji files issue, the Home Minister said that the Centre will declassify the Files January 23, the birth anniversary of Netaji. The decision is an critical one and has many string attached to international relations with other countries.
On the upcoming Assembly polls in the state the HM said that the Central government will provide every support for conducting a fair and peaceful election. The state BJP wing and other opposition parties including CPM had blamed Trinamool for massive rigging in the municipal elections earlier and have demanded Central forces for the assembly polls.