Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Thursday inaugurated the Border Security Force’s floating border outposts at Hingalgunj in West Bengal. Shah is in Bengal on a two-day visit. This is Shah’s first visit to Bengal since the 2021 Assembly elections.
Amit Shah was received by senior BSF officers at the Hingalgunj camp. He will address a public rally, travel to areas along the India-Bangladesh border and is also scheduled to lay the foundation stone of the “Maitri” museum at Haridaspur and address a public meeting at Siliguri. He will also attend a programme in Kolkata and meet senior Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leaders.