Petrapole-Benapole border opened for trade, unhappy with Modi govt decision

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Banglahant Desk: After 36 days, the India-Bangladesh border was opened for international trade. The Modi government has decided to open the Petrapole in Bangaon in North 24 Parganas. The Chief Minister is angry over this decision of the Center. He fears the decision could spread corona infection in the state.

The Chief Minister has already expressed his displeasure over the North 24 Parganas. From dengue to corona, the incidence of any disease is higher in this district adjacent to Kolkata. Already, several people in the district have been isolated by corona. The capital city of Barasat and adjoining Madhyamgram, several parts of Birati are already marked as Red Zones. In the meantime, if the Petrapole land border is opened, the number of people will increase. Which can lead to increased infection.

The names of all the areas of North 24 Parganas district have been made public Take a look at that list – NN Road, Laketown (Block-B), Golaghata Road, Dakshindari Road, Gorakshadari Road, Kabi Bharatchandra Road, Niyogipara Road, Vikram Super Market, Nandakumar Road, Rathtala, Club Town Heights, Old Nimta Road, , Rani Park, Sharat Palli 6

Airport Gate No. 1, Rahra Barisal Palli, Birati Khalisakota Palli, MA Sarni, Shilachal Road. Golbagan, Poet Satyen, Pathanpur, East Alipur, Bhatpara 7 Sinthir Para Road, Kankinara Mahajati Nagar, Agarpara, Prasanna Chatterjee Road, Monirampur (Barrackpore), Outpost Road, Nayapalli. Kalikapur of Barasat, Sriniketan 6 Garifa of Naihati, Chandrashekhar Roy Road 8 Michaelnagar in Madhyamgram,

East Bankimpalli, East Udayarajpur, Tutepara 7 Habra Samiti Road, Battala, Narayanpur, Mansa Shibtala, Raghunathpur, Nishikanan, Tegharia, Dhalipara. Chinar Park, Tegharia Shitala Mandir, Kaikhali, Haldia, Tegharia Second Lane. Rajarhat 6 Karnamayi of Salt Lake, FD Block, GC Block, AD Block 6

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