Mamata said ‘those who came to India before 1971, they are 100 percent Indian’

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According to the Indira-Mujib agreement, all those who came to India till 1971 were 100% Indians.
Many political parties are torturing them. That’s why many people committed suicide. The Chief Minister said that his government will give all rights to every citizen who came to India from East Pakistan prior to 1971. West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Bandyopadhay has bifurcated the BJP on the Gajai issue without naming the legislators on the next day to ensure the right to land for the residents of the enclave.
According to the Indira-Mujib agreement, those who came to India before 1971 were 100 percent Indians. He also alleged that a group of them are doing politics. On the first day of the Winter Session of the West Bengal Assembly on Monday, the passage of the enclave enclaves As the bill is passed, the owners of land of enclaves will be assured ownership of the land. In the year 2015, the Modi government implemented the enclave exchange agreement with Bangladesh. Since then, the inhabitants of the enclaves of India were uncertain about land ownership.
The bill was passed unanimously in the West Bengal assembly this day. Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said in a speech after the bill was passed, “Today is a historic day. After many thought thoughts the enclave exchange agreement has been implemented. This will strengthen the relationship between India and Bangladesh.

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