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"No One Can Break Deep Ties Between India, Bangladesh": Amit Shah In Bengal
5/9/2023 10:33:04 PM
PETRAPOLE, May 9: Union Home Minister Amit Shah today said that India and Bangladesh share deep ties, with a history of intertwined culture and language, and as such, no one can undermine the good bilateral relations between the two nations. Amit Shah was on a visit to the India-Bangladesh border at Petrapole in West Bengal's North 24 Parganas district to inaugurate and lay the foundation stone of several projects of the Land Ports Authority of India and the Border Security Force (BSF). "India shares deep ties with Bangladesh. Our culture, religion, customs and lifestyle have been intertwined for thousands of years. No one can ever break our ties with Bangladesh. India has played a key role in Bangladesh's history. The BSF has played a major role in the Liberation War of 1971," he said at the programme. Lauding the role of the Land Ports Authority of India in strengthening relations with Later, he tweeted, "Our invincible BSF is fortified further today with the inauguration of four joint outposts. Two residential complexes and one officer's mess were also inaugurated along with other projects with a total worth of ? 108.3 crore." His praise for the BSF did not go well with West Bengal's ruling TMC, which has repeatedly accused the border force of laxity in dealing with cattle smuggling and excesses on the people living along the border. "Firstly, Amit Shah should have visited Manipur, which is on the boil due to ethnic violence. Secondly, he praised the BSF; he should first answer why cattle are being smuggled across the border in the presence of the force. The CBI had arrested a BSF officer for involvement in cattle smuggling," TMC spokesperson Kunal Ghosh said.
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