BJP national general secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya alleged that Bengal is a safe haven for infiltrators who smuggle in weapons, narcotics and fake Indian currency notes to destroy the nation.
He even accused that Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee uses them as vote bank. He lamented that she is a threat to national security and needs to be dislodged from power not just for the sake of Bengal but for India. She shelters infiltrators who smuggle arms, drugs and fake currency into the country, he added.
The BJP leader claimed that they have proof of her links with Maoists, whom she used to come to power. He warned that they will make it public at the right time.
Strongly refuting Banerjee’s allegation that BJP is bringing in Maoists from neighbouring Jharkhand to attack her party workers, he claimed that “When we make the evidences public, people will know how Maoist leader Kishenji was killedl”
He recalled that Maoist commander Koteswara Rao, popularly known as Kishenji, was killed in an encounter with the police in West Midnapore district on November 14, 2011, months after Banerjee came to power overthrowing the Marxists.
Vijayvargiya said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address four rallies in Bengal during the BJP’s Rathyatra programme , next month mooted by state BJP with a slogan “Save Democracy, Save Bengal”. “Modiji will address people at Malda, Durgapur, Srirampur and Krishnagar. Rajnath Singh, Smriti Irani and Nitin Gadkari will also address gatherings during the Rathyatra. We have also requested chief ministers of BJP-ruled states to visit Bengal,” he added.