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Shah calls Rahul ‘tourist politician’, blames Mamata for denial of citizenship to Matuas | India News

TEHATTA/KHARDAH: Union home minister Amit Shah Friday accused West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee of denying citizenship to Dalit Matua and Namsudra communities as her “vote bank would not like it”.
Reaching out to the two numerically strong communities that can influence the outcome of assembly elections in many seats, Shah said a Rs 100 crore fund will be created for their welfare if the BJP is voted to power in the state.
He also mocked Congress leader Rahul Gandhi, calling him a “tourist politician”.
Shah, who during his whirlwind tour of Bengal, addressed two rallies and participated in two road shows, said Banerjee’s TMC will struggle to cross double digits. The state has 294 assembly seats and the TMC had clinched 184 in…

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