Home Minister Amit Shah, addressing a significant rally to kickstart the BJP's Lok Sabha campaign in Kolkata, emphatically declared that the implementation of the Citizenship (Amendment) Act (CAA) is inevitable, asserting that no one can obstruct it. Shah launched a scathing attack on Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, accusing her of appeasement, infiltration, corruption, and political violence, which he claimed had "destroyed" the state.

In his address, Shah urged the people of West Bengal to oust Banerjee's government in the 2026 assembly polls and laid emphasis on establishing a foundation for this by supporting the BJP in the 2024 Lok Sabha elections. He challenged the citizens to give the BJP a substantial mandate in the 2024 polls, envisioning a scenario where Prime Minister Modi acknowledges Bengal's pivotal role in his election as PM.

Shah criticised

the alleged misrule of the Trinamool Congress (TMC), citing corruption, infiltration, and political violence. He accused the TMC-led syndicate of hindering the flow of funds from the Modi government to the state's poor.

Highlighting the significant rise in funding under the BJP government compared to the Congress-led UPA, Shah argued that Banerjee's opposition to the CAA is detrimental to the state's development. He commended the large turnout at the rally, interpreting it as a reflection of the people's mood, and confidently predicted a two-thirds majority for the BJP in the state in 2026.

Addressing the contentious CAA issue, Shah declared that the law will be implemented despite opposition. He pointed out the success of Assam in curbing infiltration after the BJP came to power, contrasting it with West Bengal's persistence due to the TMC's vote-bank politics.
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