Not Rohingya or refugees from Bangladesh but PM and Governor are greeted with 'Go back' in WB: Dilip Ghosh

BJP West Bengal President Dilip Ghosh, while addressing the Lok Sabha on Tuesday, took a dig at the TMC supremo Mamata Banerjee.

The BJP State President further accused the Mamata led government of practicing "political untouchability". He alleged that the BJP is not given permission to hold their political programmes in the State by the Trinamool government. Ghosh also alleged that the BJP lawmakers are not summoned by the District Magistrates to participate in the 'Disha' (District Development and Monitoring Committee) meetings.

"Nobody says 'Go back' to Rohingya who come from Myanmar and the refugees from Bangladesh in West Bengal, instead they are welcomed because they are voters. But Prime Minister and Governor are greeted with 'Go back' there," said Ghosh.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on his visit to Kolkata in January this year was received by the Student Federation of India (SFI) activists carrying posters saying "Go back Modi" at the airport. West Bengal governor Jagdeep Dhankhar, too faced massive protests and agitation by the students of Jadavpur University and Calcutta University on two different occasions. The students carried posters displaying 'Shame Shame Governor', 'No CAB, No NRC' and shouting 'Go back' slogans at the governor.

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