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Amit Shah chants slogans of Jai Shri Ram in Mamta’s stronghold, said- will uproot TMC from West Bengal

In West Bengal, the political mercury continued to rise before the assembly elections. Union Home Minister Amit Shah, who arrived in West Bengal on a two-day visit, addressed a rally in Namkhana.

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In West Bengal, the political mercury continued to rise before the assembly elections. Union Home Minister Amit Shah, who arrived in West Bengal on a two-day visit, addressed a rally in Namkhana. During this, Amit Shah said that our goal is not to change power but to improve the condition of poor people. Change in the situation of the mothers and sisters of Bengal. That is why we have brought the Parivartan Yatra. During this time Shah attacked Mamata Banerjee fiercely.

Shah announced, 6000 fishermen will be given annually

The Home Minister Amit Shah said that fishermen will be given 6000 rupees every year after the formation of the BJP government, just like farmers get respect funds. Shah said that fishermen’s brothers do not have to bribe anyone to drive a boat, this is change. The residents do not have to pay cut money to live, it is called change. No one else can take your rights during a natural disaster, this is called change.

Addressing a rally in the Namkhana of Bengal, Amit Shah said that we will end appeasement in Bengal so that people can celebrate Saraswati Puja-Ram Navami. Do not have to take permission from anyone to do Durga Puja.

Amit Shah said that the condition of West Bengal has become worse, BJP government will be formed here, then the double engine government will move ahead with the Modi government at the center. On coming to our government, the work of giving the seventh pay commission to government employees will be done. Shah said that once you form a BJP government in Bengal, all the government employees of Bengal will be given the benefit of the seventh pay scale. The BJP government will set up a committee to ensure proper norms for the teacher brothers.

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