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Union Home Minister Amit Shah’s two-day visit to Bengal is starting from May 5. On May 6, he will visit the Three Bigha Corridor in Cooch Behar and hold a meeting with BSF officials.
Visit of Union Home Minister Amit Shah ( Amit Shah Bengal Visit Bomb was recovered from Mathabhanga in Cooch Behar on Wednesday morning, just 24 hours before (Bombs) was done. There has been a stir in the police regarding this. Union Home Minister Amit Shah is coming tomorrow on May 5 for a two-day visit to Bengal. On the second day of his two-day tour of Bengal, on Friday, May 6, the three bigha corridor of Cooch Behar (Tin Bigha Corridor) is a program to go. Before the visit of the Home Minister, when security arrangements have been tightened in the entire area. A large amount of police force has been deployed in the area, but amidst heavy security, there has been a stir in the police department due to the discovery of bombs in the area. Police have started searches in the entire area and surveillance has been increased on anti-social activities.
On Wednesday morning, residents of the area saw a fresh bomb active in the forest of East Khaterbari area of Hazrat No. 2 gram panchayat under Mathabhanga police station. After receiving the news, the police of Mathabhanga police station reached the spot and recovered the latest bomb.
Amit Shah to visit Teen Bigha Corridor on May 6
Let us inform that Union Home Minister Amit Shah is coming to the state on May 5. He has a very busy schedule during his Bengal tour. He will visit different areas of Sundarbans in North 24 Parganas. BSF will also have lunch with the security personnel. He will go to Siliguri in the afternoon of the same day. There he will address the gathering at the Siliguri Rail Maidan and will target Mamata Banerjee’s government against the violence in Bengal. He will stay in Siliguri on the night of May 5. Then on the morning of May 6, Amit Shah will visit the Teen Bigha Corridor. He will reach there by helicopter from Bagdogra on the morning of 6th. He will hold a meeting with BSF officers in three bighas.
Local people are not happy with the three bigha corridor agreement
An agreement was reached in Dhaka in September 2011 regarding the three bigha corridor or corridor. An agreement was signed between the then Prime Minister of India Manmohan Singh and the Prime Minister of Bangladesh Sheikh Hasina. Under this agreement, it was decided that a land of 178 x 85 square meters falling under its jurisdiction will be given to Bangladesh on lease for 99 years by India. However, the Indian people of the region are not satisfied with the movement of Bangladeshi people through the Teen Bigha Corridor without any restrictions. Especially the people living in the Kukhlibari area have to face more problems during the movement of Bangladeshi people through the three bigha corridor. Martyrs’ Day is celebrated by Indians every year on 26 June in memory of two agitators who were killed in the Teen Bigha Movement.
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