Union home minister Amit Shah has written to West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee, stating the Centre isn’t getting the “anticipated support” in the state authorities to assist migrant workers in reaching residence.
Amit Shah remarked that the Centre has facilitated over 200,000 migrant laborers to accomplish house, and workers from West Bengal will also be excited to return.
“West Bengal government isn’t letting trains using migrants reaching the nation. This will create additional hardship for them,” Amit Shah stated in his correspondence to Mamata Banerjee.
The dilemma of migrant workers is the most recent flashpoint between the Centre and the West Bengal government amid a row across the nation’s attempts to restrain the coronavirus disorder (Covid-19).
The Centre and the nation have exchanged allegations within the standards for reporting deaths against the disease; also while While Bengal claims the Centre is attempting to politicize a public health catastrophe, the Union government claims that state officials are ignoring repeated warnings to measure the struggle against the illness.
Federal officials also have said that the area was failing to conduct sufficient evaluations and grappling with confusion and mismanagement over-identifying hot spots and comprising them.