Bangladeshi migrants: Won’t let any illegal stay, will expel one by one, says Amit Shah

Accusing the Congress of caring only for its votebank, Amit Shah said: “They speak of human rights… Isn’t there a concern about the security of the country? Hundreds of terrorists infiltrate into the country and plan bomb blasts.

Many such incidents happened in your regime.”

Amit Shah in Jaipur on Tuesday.

BJP president Amit Shah said Tuesday that the Government will identify all illegal immigrants from Bangladesh in India and expel them, one by one — “chun chun kar nikalenge”.

Addressing party workers in Jaipur, Shah also said that the BJP would win every election, even if there were attempts by the Opposition to revive issues such as the killing of Mohammed Akhlaq over suspicion of consuming beef or the return of awards by authors citing a climate of intolerance.

“When Akhlaq happened, we won.

We won when award wapsi happened.

If they do something else now, too, we will win,” Shah said.

Launching a scathing attack on the Congress over the NRC, Shah said: “Arrey, aapko jitna virodh karna hai woh karo, Bharatiya Janata Party ka sankalp hai, ek bhi Bangladeshi ghuspethiya desh mein rehne nahi denge, chun chun kar nikal denge
(You oppose it as much you want, but the BJP’s vision is that we won’t let even one Bangladeshi infiltrator stay in the country…We will single them out, one by one, and expel them).”