#NewDelhi: Trinamool Congress concerned over Nagaland incident. The TMC MPs to meet Amit Shah is going to meet Union Home Minister Amit Shah to demand repeal of the AFSPA Act. The Trinamool parliamentary party led by Chief Whip of Rajya Sabha Sukhendu Shekhar Roy and Chief Whip of Lok Sabha Kalyan Bandyopadhyay will meet the Home Ministry at 3.35 pm today.
On the other hand, the grassroots have political programs. Rajya Sabha MP Sukhendu Shekhar Roy will inaugurate the party’s new office in Gurugram, Haryana today. Ashok Tanwar will be present.
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Opposition groups called for a boycott of the AFSPA law in Nagaland Killings after security forces shot dead innocent villagers. Opposition groups called for the immediate repeal of the controversial law. RJD Rajya Sabha MP Manoj Jha today issued a Section 27 suspension of business notice in the Rajya Sabha to discuss the repeal of the AFSPA Act. He demanded that the repeal of this law be discussed without any other discussion.
The incident in Nagaland has raised questions about the activities of the central forces. Questions have been raised about how the shots were fired without verifying the information received from the source. Opposition groups called for a boycott of the assembly. Trinamool Lok Sabha leader Sudip Bandopadhyay raised the issue in the Lok Sabha at Zero Hour yesterday.
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Talking about BSF, he cited the example of Nagaland incident. The Trinamool MP said, “We should not forget what has happened in Manipur and Nagaland recently.” The Trinamool Lok Sabha leader feared that increasing the BSF’s jurisdiction in West Bengal would increase the likelihood of similar consequences.
It is pertinent to mention that the resolution against this decision of the Central Government has been unanimously passed in the State Legislative Assembly. On the other hand, Varun Gandhi wanted to know the rationale behind expanding the BSF’s jurisdiction. In a written reply to the question, Union Home Minister Nityananda Rai said the decision was needed to monitor human trafficking, counterfeit note transactions and terrorist activities through drones.
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