Amit Shah Blamed Mamata Banerjee, Migrants Want To Go Home, Bengal Govt Not Allowing Trains
In a letter to West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, Union Home Minister Amit Shah said the Trinamool government wasn't permitting trains to arrive at Bengal and cautioned this would make life much harder for migrant workers from the state.
Union Home Minister Amit Shah has written a letter to West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee blaming her for not giving vital consents to permit trains to carry migrant workers of West Bengal back to their home state. Shah focused on that the state government isn't organizing with the Center.
The Center and West Bengal government have been at loggerheads for an extensive period of time and the Coronavirus pandemic seems to have not changed their condition.
Amit Shah called attention to that the Center has encouraged in excess of 200,000 migrant workers to arrive at home and that laborers from West Bengal are additionally anxious to return.
"West Bengal government isn't permitting trains with migrants arriving at the state. This is foul play with migrant workers. This will make further hardship for them," Amit Shah stated in his letter to Mamata Banerjee.
The issue of vagrant laborers is the most recent flashpoint between the Center and the West Bengal government in the midst of a column over the state's endeavors to control the coronavirus ailment (Covid-19).
The Center and the state have exchanged claims over the rules for announcing deaths from the coronavirus contamination, and keeping in mind that While Bengal says the Center is attempting to politicize a general health crisis, the Union government keeps up that state authorities are overlooking rehashed admonitions to step up the battle against the ailment.
Meanwhile, Government officials have said that the district was neglecting to lead satisfactory tests and thinking about disarray and botch over recognizing hot spots and containing them.