After the meeting, the Trinamool chief said that she asked the PM to withdraw the order on extending the jurisdiction of BSF in border states since “it would disturb the local law and order situation within the state due to confrontations between central and state law and order agencies”. She said, “We are not against BSF or central agencies, but it is a question of federalism.”
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A reproduction of one of the most iconic mallets in woodworking.
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