BJP to visit every house for citizenship to refugees: Dilip Ghosh
KOLKATA: Throwing a challenge to West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee to stop the new citizenship law’s (CAA) implementation, state BJP chief Dilip Ghosh said, here on Sunday, his party would visit every house and make arrangements online to ensure that Bangladeshi refugees filled the forms to get citizenship under the Act.
Accusing the Trinamool Congress of going “against the interests” of Bengal and India, Ghosh said he and his party would like to see to what extent the TMC could go in “turning against the nation and Bengalis”.
Ghosh said if the TMC tried to resist the BJP, the state would turn against it. “We will see to what extent the TMC can turn anti-national and anti-Bengali,” he said. The central government and the BJP “will definitely give citizenship to every refugee”, he added.