From today, Home Minister Amit Shah will be on Mission Bihar for two days. During these two days, he will stay in Seemanchal, Bihar. This is the area of Bihar which is adjacent to the border of Nepal and Bangladesh. It is claimed that the cases related to infiltration and Rohingya from Bangladesh are highest here.
Apart from this, the political mercury of Bihar has also become high. The ruckus is on why Amit Shah is coming to Bihar and that too in Seemanchal where the Muslim population is dominant. RJD chief Lalu Prasad Yadav has warned his workers that Amit Shah is coming, be careful. BJP has to be uprooted in the year 2024.
On the other hand, BJP leader Ravi Shankar Prasad retorted and said, "I have heard that Lalu Nitish Tejashwi is upset that why the Home Minister is coming, so will Amit Shah have to take a visa from him to come to Bihar?"
Understand the Seemanchal region
Seemanchal is an area of Bihar which is adjacent to Nepal, West Bengal, and Jharkhand. Four districts of Bihar come in this Seemanchal - Purnia, Kishanganj, Araria, and Katihar. The Muslim population in the entire Seemanchal is about 46 percent.
68% Muslim in Kishanganj
44% Muslims in Katihar
43% of Muslims in Araria
38% Muslim population in Purnia
This is the reason why this area of BJP has been getting beaten up, hence political pundits believe that Amit Shah has chosen this area to blow the bugle of the 2024 elections.
the area adjacent to the international border
The international borders of Nepal and Bangladesh are joined by Seemanchal in Bihar, which is why this area has been very sensitive in view of security. Not only this, but it has also been infamous for illegal infiltration. Amit Shah will stay for two days at Kishanganj in Seemanchal, from where the Bangladesh border is just 17 km away. It is claimed that this border brings a flood of infiltrators.