Prime Minister Mamata Banerjee said on Saturday that the Bengal government cannot allocate more than five acres of land to each of the BSF’s 11 Key Location Plan (KLP) battalions to set up camps, according to Union Home Secretary Amit Shah. revealed to. Mamata’s stance at the Eastern Zone Council meeting convened by the Shah in Navanna showed that the Bengali government would not yield to central pressure on issues affecting national interests.According to bureaucrats, the Federal Interior Secretary told a conference that the issue he had been pending for 10 to 11 years, and that he was due to buy land for most of his KLP battalion in 2011. He said he was giving the state the money it needed. But no progress was made.
KLP battalions move to areas such as Behrampore, Barasat, Halisahar, Mahatpur, Buniyadpur, Balurghat, Falakata and Alipurduar. For each battalion, the Federal Interior Office sent his request for 30 to 95 acres. “When the Union Secretary of the Interior raised the issue, the Prime Minister clarified that Bengal is a land-sensitive state and that the state cannot allocate more than five acres of land to each battalion. When the Union Secretary of the Interior raised the issue, the Prime Minister clarified that Bengal is a land-sensitive state and the state cannot allocate more than five acres of land to each battalion. The prime minister also said that the interior ministry should streamline the plan and in smaller plots he should set up KLP. Sources said the Shah said he could not change the 1 state battalion plan, but the Shah said the issue was pending until the next conference scheduled to be held in Bihar in 2024. Mamata Banerjee also stressed that state governments are doing their part to prevent illegal cattle and coal smuggling. The state is playing its part, but it cannot stop cattle smuggling unless the BSF acts properly,” the official said.