Sougata Roy On BSF: ‘BSF takes bribes, undisciplined forces’, explosive remarks


#NewDelhi: On the day of the death of a man in a BSF firing in Malda Naoda district near Bangladesh, the central government raised the issue of BSF jawans firing in self-defense in Parliament. Thus, the conflict between the central and state governments over the increase in the surveillance area of ​​the border guards has already continued.

The Union Home Ministry has decided to increase the jurisdiction of a central force like the BSF from 15 km to 50 km within the international border. States like West Bengal and Punjab have accused the Narendra Modi government of hitting the federal infrastructure with such a unilateral decision.

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Union Home Minister Nishith Pramanik said that the Border Security Force (BSF) personnel were forced to open fire in several places in West Bengal adjacent to Bangladesh in self-defense. In response to a question from a Trinamool MP, the Union Home Ministry said in a written reply, “BSF has taken several steps to curb illegal activities on the Bangladesh border. In addition to increasing the number of soldiers day and night, the help of sophisticated technology has been taken. It has been possible to rescue cattle, infiltrators and even firearms.

It is pertinent to mention that one person was killed in BSF firing in Malda Naoda district near Bangladesh on the same day. On the other hand, Saugat Roy, a veteran Trinamool MP, opened fire on BSF activities in Delhi on the same day. “The BSF is an undisciplined force. Their job is to take money from smugglers at the border. They can’t provide any security at the border. If the BSF works properly at the border, how is infiltration? How is cattle smuggling going?

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Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has already opposed the BSF’s decision to increase its authority. The job of the border guards is not to protect the border but to enter the villages. That is what he said.



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