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West Bengal is no more ‘west’, it’s east Bengal. At present there are more than 80 lakh Bangladeshi infiltrators in West Bengal. The concentration of infiltrators is quite marked in the border districts like North and South Dinajpur, Cooch Behar, Nadia, Murshidabad, Malda and North and South 24 Parganas. As many as 53 out of 294 Assembly constituencies in West Bengal have a high concentration of voters who happen to be illegal migrants from Bangladesh.
These Bangladeshis have been holding all key position in west bengal starting from govt jobs to school, colleges etc. This is the main problem in Bengal. Actual people from west bengal are living in district like east midnapur, west midnapur, Bankura etc. You can see maoist activities there because they are neglected for mutiple years.
Bangladeshis in state administration are not acceptable. They create opportunity for their brothers & sisters in Bangladesh. Detect these people and move them out of Bengal in next few years.
What about other states:
The fate of forty Assembly seats in Assom depends on the votes cast by Bangladeshi infiltrators. All this has been revealed by a recent report of the union home ministry on infiltration from India’s neighbour. The report has been prepared on the basis of facts and figures provided by the Task Force on Border Management and Assom’s former governor S.K. Sinha.
According to the report, at present there are 55 lakh in Assom, 4 lakh in Tripura and 5 lakh in Bihar(Katihar, Purnia and Kishenganj districts) and Jharkhand(Sahebganj district).
As far as West Bengal is concerned, The affected areas in Assom are Dhubri, Goalpara, Karimganj and Hailakandi, while a similar scenario is noticeable in Kailashar, Sabrum, Udaipur and Belonia areas in Tripura.
The illegal migrants are coming mainly from Sayeedpur, Rangpur, Rajshahi, Kushthia, Meherpur, Pabna, Nitpur, Rohanpur, Khulna, Bagerhat and Satkhira areas of Bangladesh. Pakistan’s ISI is believed to have a hand behind this large-scale infiltration which has been playing havoc with the economy of Bengal and Assom.