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Mamata Banerjee tells police to ensure there is no riot while visiting Mohan Bhagwat in Bengal htgp

Ahead of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Chief Sangh Mohan Bhagwat’s visit to West Bengal, Mamata Banerjee made a statement while directing the police to ensure that no riots occurred during this period. Mamta asked the police to provide them with security and to send them sweets and fruits from the administration. They must feel that we welcome our guests.

In fact, the chief of Sangh Mohan Bhagwat will be in Keshiari, West Bengal from May 17 to May 20. In this regard, Chief Minister of the state Mamta Banerjee on Tuesday asked the officer in charge of Kishary Police Station to provide him with security and ensure that there is no riot. Send sweets and fruits on behalf of management. Mama said all this when she was holding a management meeting in West Midnapur. This included senior government and county officials, local legal aid offices, and the police.

During this, Mamta said the local MLA should keep an eye on this as well. Chief Sangh Mohan Bhagwat is scheduled to organize a four-day camp in Keshiari in West Bengal, where he will attend RSS training camp. The camp will last for three weeks. Political experts believe that the activities and actions of the RSS in recent years have helped the BJP gain popularity in Bengal.

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RSS leaders in West Bengal declined to comment on Mamata Banerjee’s riotous statement, but the BJP certainly targeted Banerjee. BJP Deputy Chairman Dilip Ghosh said it was not right for the Prime Minister to make such statements. He said riots happen in West Bengal even when Bhagwat doesn’t live here. He claimed that the police and his party workers were killing and raping people. She can’t deal with them.

Let us be informed that also in February of this year, Chief Sangh Mohan Bhagwat held a four-day meeting at Naxalbari in North Bengal. The RSS plans to set up units in Darjeeling in West Bengal and the neighboring Kalimpong and Sikkim Hills. There are about 1,800 elderly women in the Republic of Bengal and about 450 of them are in the northern districts of the state.

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