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PPFA ASKS WEST BENGAL CHIEF MINISTER TO EXERCISE RESTRAIN WHILE MAKING STATEMENTS

January 04, 2018 07:57 PM

In a statement, issued to the media outlets, the forum pointed out that  the appeasement policies of Ms Banerjee towards a particular community in West Bengal has seemingly compelled her to make such  illogical comments. As she has been vehemently opposing the Centre’s citizenship amendment bill one can easily get the idea of Ms Banerjee’s interested group of people, asserted the forum. The PPFA has finally urged the Bengal chief minister to think about the  nation first than running behind her silly political interest. The forum additionally appeals to the Bengali speaking people of the region to  denounce Ms Banerjee’s comment which may spread misinformation and
confusions across the country.

Guwahati (Face2News)

Expressing utter dismay on a responsible politician’s communal  remarks over the ongoing process of National Register of Citizens (NRC)  updaion in the State, the Patriotic People’s Front Assam (PPFA) urges the politicians in power to exercise restrain while making a public statement.

The Assam based forum, while reacting sharply to a recent outburst of West  Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee claiming that the NRC updating process in the State was a ‘conspiracy to drive away Bengalis’, also appeals to the conscious people of the neighboring State to prevent their talkative chief minister from making such inflammatory statements.

The much waited updation of NRC of 1951 is undergoing in Assam following the direction (also monitoring) of the Supreme Court and the first draft of it comprising 1.9 crore applicants out of around 3.25 crore total applicants was released on the midnight of 31 December 2017. The second  part of it is expected to be published by early this year. Contrary to the wide spread apprehensions by various government and  non-government agencies, no unpleasant incident took place in Assam in the last four days, even though many people including few high profile individuals are yet to find their names in the list. Rather everyone reportedly accepted the error sportingly and waits for necessary correction in the final draft.  “But shockingly the Bengal chief minister Ms Banerjee has tried to communalize the issue with queer logics. The Trinamool Congress chief has simply tried to play a cunning game as few Bengali politicians of  yesteryears including Jyoti Basu (ex-CM of Bengal) along with a bunch of intellectuals did the same during the Assam movement to deport illegal Bangladeshi migrants,” said the PPFA.

In a statement, issued to the media outlets, the forum pointed out that  the appeasement policies of Ms Banerjee towards a particular community in West Bengal has seemingly compelled her to make such  illogical comments. As she has been vehemently opposing the Centre’s citizenship amendment bill one can easily get the idea of Ms Banerjee’s interested group of people, asserted the forum. The PPFA has finally urged the Bengal chief minister to think about the  nation first than running behind her silly political interest. The forum additionally appeals to the Bengali speaking people of the region to  denounce Ms Banerjee’s comment which may spread misinformation and
confusions across the country.

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