Is President’s rule going on in West Bengal? Learn what Amit Shah said

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new Delhi. Bihar Assembly Election ( bihar assembly election ), As well as the political stir in the country once about West Bengal (West Bengal) has intensified. There is a discussion in the political corridors that the Central Government may soon impose President’s Rule in West Bengal. Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Saturday said that Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar’s report and Governor’s rule in West Bengal should be implemented within the scope of the constitution itself. Any decision will be taken. In a conversation with a news channel, Amit Shah said that there is nothing like Law and Order left in West Bengal.

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President’s rule in West Bengal?

At the same time, on the talk of imposing President’s rule in West Bengal, Amit Shah said that we have to consider the Indian Constitution and the Governor’s report for this. Let me tell you that Amit Shah’s statement came after the statement of BJP leader Kailash Vijayvargiya and Babul Supriyo in which he demanded President’s Rule in West Bengal. Amit Shah said that his position on this issue as political leaders is logically correct.

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There is no such thing as law and order in West Bengal

Amit Shah said that there is nothing called law and order in West Bengal. Opposition leaders are being murdered due to political rivalry. Corruption is at its peak. Bomb making factories are open everywhere. Whereas such situation is not there in other states.

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