Amit Shah wants to reestablish West Bengal’s lost glorious tradition

Amit Shah wants to reestablish West Bengal’s lost glorious tradition

Bhartya Janta Party‘s leader Amit Shah visited the Dakshineswar temple in his two day visit to West Bengal. Prime Minister Narendra Modi had become the first PM to visit the Dakshineswar temple in 2015. The sanctum, where Hindu sage Ramkrishna Paramhansha had filled in as its priest for a long time, enchant peoples of Goddess Kali from all over. On 6 November Amit Shah said that, “I am focusing on that there was a need to reestablish West Bengal’s lost glory. Propitiation politics in the West Bengal have harmed its well established old culture of maintaining the country’s religious awareness.”

Amit Shah
Amit Shah

Amit Shah said that,”We are Keeping up that West Bengal is the place where there are spiritual dignitaries, for example, Swami Vivekananda, Chaitanya Mahaprabhu, Sri Ramakrishna and Swami Pranavananda. In any case, the politics of ‘tustikaran’ (mollification) have harmed this old tradition of Bengal. I thus call upon the individuals of West Bengal people to awaken and play out their duties to bring back the glorious tradition of the state.”

“I appealed to God for the prosperity of the Bengal, the nation and its crowd. We invoked that the nation holds its situation of its glorious tradition world map under the leader PM Modi.”, he added. He also charged some allegations to the Mamata Bannerjee’s TMC party, but the party denied all the allegations. BJP has given a tag “Anti Hindu” to TMC party.

TMC party Tapas Roy said that, “It is indecent of a Modi’s cabinet minister to tell some statements. He ought to have thought about the spot of the Dakshineshwar temple from where he said those words. He attempted to censure the very rich culture and old tradition of the West Bengal by hauling the names of its symbols. The public won’t endure these words.”