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bsf: West Bengal Assembly passes resolution against Centre’s decision to extend BSF jurisdiction

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bsf: West Bengal Assembly passes resolution against Centre’s decision to extend BSF jurisdiction

NEW DELHI: West Bengal Legislative Assembly on Tuesday passed a resolution against the Centre’s move to extend BSF’s jurisdiction to 50km from the international border in the state.
The Centre, earlier in the month of October had empowered the Border Security Force (BSF) to conduct searches, arrest suspects and make seizures up to an area of 50 km inside Indian territory from the International Border (IB) along India-Pakistan and India-Bangladesh borders.

Meanwhile, West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee is likely to visit New Delhi next week and meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi to discuss this issue.
Banerjee is likely to visit the national capital on November 22 and return to Kolkata on November 25, he said.
Extention of BSF jurisdiction
The BSF, which was only empowered to take action up to fifteen kilometres in the states of Punjab, West Bengal, and Assam, has now been authorised to extend its jurisdiction up to 50 km without any hurdle or permission either from central or state governments.

However, its jurisdiction has been cut short by 20 km in the five northeastern states– Manipur, Mizoram, Tripura, Nagaland, and Meghalaya– where it had jurisdiction up to 80 km. Similarly in Gujarat, the BSF’s jurisdiction has been curtailed from 80 to 50 km. In Rajasthan, the BSF’s area of jurisdiction will remain the same at 50 km.
The Trinamool Congress chief had earlier said that the Centre’s move was only meant to “torture common people” and written a letter to Prime Minister Modi raising objections over the issue.
(With inputs from agencies)

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