After 370, Now its time for Illegal Immigrants! Amit Shah’s action began in Delhi.

After 370, Now its time for Illegal Immigrants! Amit Shah’s action began in Delhi.

The Bharatiya Janata Party was given seven members of the country. The Bharatiya Janata Party has also started working on it as announced in their brief. The Modi government had promised to abolish Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir before coming to power in its second term. Similarly, the government has abolished 370 from J&K. 370 abolished despite opposition from leftists, Congressmen, and fundamentalists. Now the government has come down to expel their next promise from the country of illegal intruders.

The report says that one of the biggest problems in the country is an illegal intrusion. A large number of Rohingya, Bangladeshi Muslims are entering India. For whom the country has to face regular problems. These Rohingya and Bangladeshi Muslims are also fully responsible for changing the population structure in India. India’s Home Minister Amit Shah held a meeting with Bangladesh’s Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan yesterday.

India put pressure on Bangladesh during the meetings. Illegal Bangladeshi issues were raised in the meetings as well as Rohingya Muslim children issues were also raised. The meeting was discussed to prevent infiltration from the border. It has been said that all Rohingya of Bangladesh have a problem for Bangladesh, they have to send to Myanmar, Myanmar did not listen to Bangladesh but India will listen if pressed. But instead, Bangladesh will have to take back their illegal citizens. After 370, the issue of illegal intrusion became important to Amit Shah, and he began his work.

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