Law and order has come to a standstill in West Bengal and the federal structure has ended

4 July 2021, Headquarters Rashtriya Sainik Sanstha, 133 B Model Town East, Ghaziabad – A press conference was organized by Rashtriya Sainik Sanstha here today. The topic of the press conference was - "President's rule should be imposed in Bengal". The following people addressed the press conference:


Shri Pushpendra Kulshreshtha said that the present Mamta Banerjee is the incarnation of the same Mohammed Suhrawadi, who had called for Direct Xn Day in 1946 and had massacred many Hindus.


General GD Baksi said that non-violence against a community of West Bengal is also a threat to the security of the country because here enemies are lying behind the neck of Siliguri. He also suggested the option of deployment of central hair under the Disturbed Area Act in the areas of violence.


The founder of Roots in Kashmir, Mr. Sushil Pandit said that the Shaheen Bagh mentality should not be repeated. The government need not appear compelled. Supreme Court to take suo motu cognizance and quash the Government of West Bengal.


Col RSN Singh, the former officer of the state, warned that if the West Bengal government was not controlled, it would become a part of Bangladesh.


Jagat Guru Shankaracharya Narendra Nand ji said that the central government should not remain silent and Hindu youth should take up arms for self-defense.


Former Vice General of India Lieutenant General Gurmeet Singh said that as ex-servicemen, we are also watch dogs of democracy in the National Military Organization and therefore demand President's rule in West Bengal.


Colonel Tejendra Pal Tyagi said that attack on CBI in West Bengal, attack on NHRC, open contempt of Governor, disrespect to Prime Minister and an MP from there to declare that FIR should be written against Governor in all police stations so that He can be arrested as soon as he is removed from the post. This is a clear violation of the Federal Structure of the Constitution.


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