Amit Shah's Malda rally: After the BJP opposed, Mamta government gave permission to land helicopter at a hotel helipad

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The Mamata Banerjee government of West Bengal has refused to allow the helicopter to land at the Malda rally of Amit Shah, national president of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). The Mamta Government has given the reason of ongoing work on the helipad to not allow the permission. There is a rally of BJP President on 22nd January in Malda. The administration however said that the BJP president's helicopter could land in the ground in front of hotal Golden Park.

Let us tell you that BJP had written a letter to ADM on 18 January asking for permission to land the BJP President's helicopter, in response to which the district administration said, "The work of upgrading the Malda helipad going on. There sand and other building materials are spread there. In this case, the airport is not suitable for helicopter's safe landing. Therefore, it is not possible to give permission.

At the same time, the BJP questioned on the denial of permission and said that Mamta Banerjee's helicopter landed on this helipad, in this case why the BJP President's helicopter is being denied permission to land. Pointing at Mamta Banerjee, Ravi Shankar Prasad said, "A few days back Mamta Banerjee's helicopter landed on the same helipad. Some reporters went there. I have pictures that clearly show that the helipad is clean. '

Amit Shah was suffering from swine flu last days and he was admitted to the All India Institute of Aryogyoga for treatment. He was discharged from the hospital on Sunday. The BJP wanted to oraganise 'Rath Yatra' in West Bengal but the Supreme Court refused to allow it. After this the BJP is going to make rallies in the state. The BJP's first rally is to be held in Malda on Tuesday.

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