Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh today attacked the TMC government over law and order in West Bengal, claiming that women, people and even policemen are not safe in the state and also questioned its version on the recent violence in Malda.
Singh also took a dig at the Mamata Banerjee government over its global business summit held earlier this month and said that holding such programmes will not be able to bring in investments in the state unless the government improves law and order and ensures good governance.
Despite TMC’s slogan for ushering in change, “‘Ma-mati-manush’ (mother, earth and people) and even police are not secure in West Bengal. The TMC government has not been able to bring in any change in Bengal,” Singh told a BJP rally here in poll-bound West Bengal.
Referring to the violence in Malda, he refuted Chief minister Mamata Banerjee’s statement that it was a result of tussle between BSF officials and locals.
“The incident in Malda is not a small incident. I want to tell the TMC government that the Malda case should be solved. Whoever may be involved in the incident should be arrested. Only few arrests can’t solve the case,” he said.