Bengali Hunt Desk: Home Minister Amit Shah wrote a letter to West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee amid a nationwide drive to send migrant workers to their states.
In the letter, Amit Shah asked why the state government was not taking any steps to repatriate the expatriate workers. In a letter to Mamata Banerjee, Amit Shah wrote that like other states, expatriate workers stuck in Bengal also want to return home. My regret is that the West Bengal government is not cooperating to repatriate the expatriate workers. The letter said the West Bengal government was not allowing the train to travel.
The central government is running a special workers' train to repatriate migrant workers stranded in different parts of the country. The home minister said in a letter that the central government would help more than two lakh workers reach their homes.
Home Minister Amit Shah sent a letter to West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee, expressing his dismay over the state government stonewalling efforts by the Center to facilitate transportation of migrant laborers back to State.
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Amit Shah wrote in the letter that it was unfair to the workers not to allow the trains to reach West Bengal. It is unfair to the workers. In a letter to Mamata Banerjee, Amit Shah wrote, “The West Bengal government is not allowing the train carrying expatriate workers to enter the state. It is unfair to them.” This will create more problems for them. ”