West Bengal Police Rebuts BJP’s Amit Malviya, Denies State as Safe Haven for Terrorists

The exchange of accusations stemmed from Malviya's remarks following the arrest of two chief suspects in the Bengaluru Rameshwaram Cafe blast by the National Investigation Agency (NIA). Malviya had alleged that Mamata Banerjee's leadership had facilitated a conducive environment for terrorist activities in West Bengal.

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The West Bengal Police swiftly rebuffed claims made by Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Amit Malviya regarding the state being a sanctuary for terrorists under Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee’s governance.

In response to Malviya’s assertion on social media that West Bengal had become a safe haven for terrorists, the West Bengal Police took to Twitter to refute the allegations, labeling them as falsehoods. They emphasized the state’s commitment to maintaining vigilance against nefarious activities and ensuring the safety of its citizens.

The exchange of accusations stemmed from Malviya’s remarks following the arrest of two chief suspects in the Bengaluru Rameshwaram Cafe blast by the National Investigation Agency (NIA). Malviya had alleged that Mamata Banerjee’s leadership had facilitated a conducive environment for terrorist activities in West Bengal.

The NIA’s arrest of the two suspects near Kolkata marked a significant development in the investigation into the cafe blast, which had resulted in injuries to nine individuals.

However, West Bengal Police refuted Malviya’s claims, highlighting their proactive role in apprehending the suspects in collaboration with central intelligence agencies. They emphasized that West Bengal had never served as a safe haven for terrorists and reiterated their commitment to safeguarding the state from such threats.

In response to the West Bengal Police’s rebuttal, Amit Malviya continued his criticism, questioning Mamata Banerjee’s leadership and her ability to address issues of law and order in the state. He suggested that the Chief Minister often sought refuge behind the West Bengal Police when confronted with challenges.

The exchange between Malviya and the West Bengal Police underscores the ongoing political tensions and accusations surrounding security issues in the state. As the debate rages on, the focus remains on ensuring effective measures to combat terrorism and maintain law and order in West Bengal.

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