New Delhi, Aug 1: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee is facing a lot of flak for her very vocal opposition to National Register of Citizens (NRC). While a complaint has been registered against her for her warning of a “bloodbath” and “civil war” in the country, BJP MP Rupa Ganguly had a few questions for the Chief Minister on Wednesday. At Parliament for the ongoing Monsoon Session, Ganguly asked, “Is she (Banerjee) aware that there are a lot of illegal immigrants in West Bengal? As it is, what is happening in West Bengal today, is it any less than bloodbath or civil war? Doesn’t she know that every other day BJP karyakartas are being killed?” (Also read: There’s Difference Between Infiltrators, Refugees, Says Tripura Governor) Also Read - Amit Shah Directs Delhi Top Cop to Take Action After Doctors Evicted From Homes Over COVID-19 Fears

The NRC final draft was released on Monday and led to uproar when it was found that as many as 40 Lakh people were found ineligible and so left out. A decision on whether those who do not figure on the NRC final draft list will be deprived of their voting rights as well will be taken by the Election Commission once the process gets completed. Also Read - Forceful Eviction of COVID-19 Treating Doctors: AIIMS Writes to HM Shah Against Landlords



Speaking against the NRC, Banerjee had warned that the exclusion of 4o lakh people could lead to “bloodbath” and a “civil war” in the country. She also accused the Modi government of trying to make millions of people “stateless” in Assam for political gains. Meanwhile, the BJP chose to dig its heels in with party President Amit Shah strongly rejecting Banerjee’s charges and saying that the TMC chief was “dangerously trying to mislead” the people of the country. “The threat of civil war has already once divided the country. What is she trying to say? TMC should come forward and clear its stand,” he said. Also Read - Telangana Passes Resolution Against CAA, NRC, NPR; 'India's Image, Secularism at Stake,' Says CM KCR