Sharanya Gupta| Kolkata| ANI
The Union Ministry of Home Affairs will seek a report from the West Bengal government after concerns were raised over the security of the BJP national president JP Nadda during his two-day visit to the state.
“Union Home Ministry to seek a report from West Bengal government over concerns raised on the security of the BJP national president JP Nadda’s visit.” MHA sources said.
Dilip Ghosh, the WB president of the BJP wrote a letter earlier today to Amit Shah raising concerns over the security arrangements made by the Mamata Banerjee-led government. “There has been a security lapse during JP Nadda’s visit to the state. There was no police presence at his events yesterday,” Dilip Ghosh said.