Kolkata. The Mamta Banerjee government of West Bengal has got embroiled in a new controversy. Actually, Pakistan calls Occupied Kashmir (PoK) Azad Kashmir. The same has now been seen in West Bengal. Here in the test paper of the Board of Secondary Education, writing the Pakistani occupied part of Jammu and Kashmir as Azad Kashmir has created a controversy. BJP has surrounded Mamta Banerjee’s government on this issue. BJP leaders have said that on page number 132 in the history test paper, it has been asked to identify Pakistan Occupied Kashmir as Azad Kashmir. By sharing screenshots of test papers, BJP leaders have accused Mamta Sarkar of being a supporter of separatist forces.
1.1 #MamataGovt is a supporter of the separatist forces
Check the Marked Section of History Question Paper on page 132 in Madhyamik Test Paper 2023. Students have been asked to identify the part of Pakistan occupied Kashmir as Azad Kashmir. pic.twitter.com/1c2npeR0Um
— Dilip Ghosh (@DilipGhoshBJP) January 17, 2023
West Bengal BJP leader Dilip Ghosh tweeted a screenshot of the page of the test paper and wrote that look at the history test paper of the current government of Bengal. What is written on page 132 of Madhyamik Test Paper 2023. Students have been written to recognize the part of Pakistan Occupied Kashmir as Azad Kashmir. Dilip Ghosh further said that Mamta government is a supporter of separatist forces. This government is not only supporting the extremists. There is also an attempt to create anti-India mentality among young students. He has termed TMC as corruption, lies and terrorism.
At the same time, Bratya Basu, Education Minister of the Mamata government involved in this matter, said that the government has asked the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education to take strict action in this matter. The same thing has been said by the Board of Secondary Education. It has been told by the board that the investigation is being done. After which appropriate action will be taken. Overall, politics is hot in this matter. BJP has once again got an opportunity to target Mamta Banerjee’s government.