Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Thursday arrived in West Bengal on a two-day visit, his first since the 2021 assembly polls, with his itinerary including organizational meetings and a public rally, besides travel to forwarding areas along the India-Bangladesh border.
Shah, who arrived at the Kolkata airport, was received by senior BJP leader Suvendu Adhikari and Union Minister of State for Home Affairs Nisith Pramanik.
The home minister will on Thursday inaugurate BSF’s floating border outposts at Hingalganj and lay the foundation stone of the ‘Maitri’ museum at Haridaspur, official sources said.
He will address a public meeting in Siliguri in the evening.
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On Friday, Shah will visit the India-Bangladesh border area of Teen Bigha, where he is scheduled to interact with BSF personnel.
The Union minister, after attending a program at Victoria Memorial Hall in Kolkata later on Friday, will hold a meeting with office-bearers at the state BJP headquarters.