Intruders will be shown the door: Amit Shah | Exclusive Interview

02 Oct 2019 02:35 PM

Intruders will be shown the door: Amit Shah | Exclusive Interview

Updated 02 Oct 2019 02:35 PM

Accusing West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee of 'misleading' the people on NRC, Union Home Minister and BJP President Amit Shah on Tuesday asserted that all Hindu refugees, as also Sikhs, Christians, Jains and Buddhists, will be given permanent citizenship by passing the Citizenship Amendment Bill (CAB) before undertaking any National Register of Citizens (NRC) exercise.

Shah, addressing a convention on NRC at the Netaji Indoor Stadium here, also made it clear that all infiltrators will be identified and forced to leave the country.

Coming down heavily on Banerjee, Shah said the Trinamool Congress supremo was siding with infiltrators as they were her "vote bank", whereas in the past she wanted them to be thrown out as they then voted for the Communists (the CPI-M led Left Front that ruled the state from 1977-2011) when she was the opposition leader. 

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