Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Saturday said imposition of President's Rule in West Bengal will be decided as per the Constitution and after taking into consideration a report from Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar.
In an exclusive interview to Editor-in-Chief Rahul Joshi, Shah said, "I accept that the law and order situation is bad in West Bengal.
As far as the Indian government is concerned in taking decisions to impose President’s Rule, we have to look at it through the Indian Constitution and after going through the report of Governor ‘sahab’.”Shah's comments come in the aftermath of BJP leaders Kailash Vijayvargiya and Babul Supriyo demanding President’s Rule in the state.
The law and order situation is bad in Bengal," said Shah.
When asked if he was saying that the current situation is not conducive to impose President’s Rule in the state, Shah said, "No, I have not said that.