India Introduces Integrated Border Management System To Stop Infiltration From ‘Friend’ Bangladesh

India will use an integrated border management system to seal the international borders of both West Bengal and Assam, said India’s Union Home Minister, Rajnath Singh.

Addressing a rally in Alipurduar district, Mr Singh alleged that Bangladeshis are illegally entering West Bengal. Mr Singh said that the Centre had sought land from the West Bengal government to erect fencing to seal the border with Bangladesh, but is yet to receive it.

“Now, we have decided to use technology to seal both international borders with Bangladesh using a comprehensive integrated border management system,” Singh said.

The move will help to check infiltration as well as smuggling and ensure national security in the middle of a dynamic demographic profile of West Bengal.

Criticizing the ruling TMC, he said, “Maximum violence takes place in West Bengal as per records. None of the ‘Ma, Mati and Manus’ (mother, land and people) are safe under their rule.”

Mr Singh emphasised saying, “Nearly 100 BJP workers have been killed in the state and none of those involved will be spared”. “Political violence should end in West Bengal. And for that to happen, Bengal will have a BJP CM in 2021,” Mr Singh concluded.

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