Before Mohan Bhagwat’s Bengal Visit, Mamata Banerjee Tells Police To ‘Ensure There Are No Riots’

Ahead of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat’s visit to the state, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee reviewed the security arrangements and told the police officials to ensure there are no riots.

“RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat will be in Keshiary village in West Midnapore from May 17 to 20. What’s his agenda? Keep an eye, give proper protection so that they don’t stoke riots,” the TMC supremo said. 

“If possible, send some sweets and fruits from the administration so that they understand we take good care of our guests. But don’t go overboard, else he may take advantage,” Mamata Banerjee said. 

The West Bengal CM, on Tuesday, was holding an administrative meeting at West Midnapore district. Senior bureaucrats, district officials and the police were in attendance for this meeting. 

The RSS chief will stay in Keshiary for four days where he will take part in a RSS training camp. The camp will be held for three weeks.

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