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During the meeting with PM Modi, Didi opened the bag of complaints, one by one…

New Delhi | Mamta And Modi Meeting : West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee is on a 4-day visit to Delhi. During this, CM Mamta Banerjee met PM Modi. It lasted for about 30 minutes and Didi opened her bag of complaints. During the meeting, many issues were discussed between Mamta Banerjee and Prime Minister Modi. Of these, the issue of intervention in the states of the Border Security Force (BSF) corresponding to natural calamities was important. CM Mamta Banerjee said that if the BSF is taxed so much, then it will also affect the law and order situation of the state. CM Mamta said that she will oppose to increase the strength of BSF for this reason because it will affect the law and order in the state.

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Mamta And Modi Meeting : During the meeting with PM Modi, CM Mamta Banerjee said that we had seen how BSF had fired indiscriminately in Cooch Behar. CM Mamta also gave an example of violence in Dinajpur and other border areas of West Bengal. After that Mamta Banerjee appealed to PM Modi that it should be considered once again. He said that after discussing this issue, it should be ensured that no federal structure and states have to face trouble due to this.

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There was also talk on Tripura violence

Mamta And Modi Meeting : Mamta Banerjee has not even received Rs 96605 crore of PM Modi government, which was announced by PM Modi himself. Along with this, Mamta Banerjee also raised the issue of violence in Tripura with PM Modi. He said that our worker Shayani Ghosh was targeted and she was arrested, all this is wrong.

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