Krishnagar (WB): Sticking to what he said in his earlier meetings despite strong criticism, Narendra Modi today reiterated that infiltrators from Bangladesh would have to go back and claimed that Mamata Banerjee had said back in 2005 what he was saying now.
Modi said that he would only try to honour the Supreme Court's observation that infiltration was as an act of aggression on India.
“The Supreme Court has said that infiltration is aggression on India. I have no hesitation in giving respect to what the Supreme Court has said,” Modi said at an election rally here.
“What the Supreme Court said has to be implemented,” Modi reiterated.
The BJP's prime ministerial candidate, however, then hastened to add that the case of refugees from Bangladesh was different and that it was the responsibility of all the states of India to rehabilitate them.