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West Bengal Minister refuses to remove red beacon, says "his government has not banned it yet"

ANI | 29 May 2017, 11:04 pm
Siliguri (West Bengal), May 29 (ANI): Defying the red beacon culture, West Bengal Public Welfare Department Minister Arup Biswas on Monday said that the state government has not banned the red beacon in the state of Bengal.Earlier this month, former Shahi Imam of the Tipu Sultan Mosque Noor-ur-Rehman Barkati after massive criticism removed the red beacon from his car. The union government, earlier of this month implemented the 'no red beacon' policy saying beacons would only be used on emergency vehicles. Even, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had said that the removing of red beacon is aimed at removing VIP culture.

West Bengal Minister refuses to remove red beacon, says "his government has not banned it yet"

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