West Bengal BJP president Dilip Ghosh has been invited to speak at a Hindu congregation in the USA next month, where he would deliberate, among other issues, on the problem of infiltration in Bengal from Bangladesh.
“During my visit to the US, I will speak about the rise of fundamentalism and how constant infiltration from Bangladesh is changing the demography of the state and in turn putting an enormous pressure on Indian economy. I will also highlight how vote bank politics is helping the fundamentalists,” Ghosh told PTI.
“I will also spread the message of India and our Prime Minister Narendra Modiji in the US,” said the former RSS Pracharak who will be on a 10-day trip to the country.
Other speakers in the programme include BJP Rajya Sabha MP Subramanian Swamy and Hukum Singh, party MP from Kairana in Uttar Pradesh.
The program is being organised by US based Hindu groups.