West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said that lone putting a prohibition on Chinese applications isn't sufficient and looked for an increasingly forceful reaction against China.
West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Tuesday swore her full help to any activity that the administration of India takes in light of Chinese animosity at the fringe.
Addressing mediapersons at the state secretariat, Mamata Banerjee said simply forbidding Chinese applications won't be sufficient.
"Just forbidding some applications won't give the outcomes. We need to give China a befitting answer and how we do it, that the administration needs to choose," Mamata Banerjee said.
"In any case individuals of this nation may scrutinize the administration's stand," the Bengal boss priest said while looking for a "forceful reaction" from the Center.
"In the event that the administration stands firm against China, we need it to be executed with no exemptions. We must be exceptionally forceful," CM Mamata Banerjee included.
Explaining her gathering's stand on the issue, Mamata Banerjee said it was the Trinamool Congress' (TMC) strategy to not meddle in issues including India's outside relations.
"We never meddle in outer undertakings issue. Our gathering's stand is clear, we completely bolster the administration's stand with respect to this," she stated, reminding that it was an ideal opportunity to act and the Center was allowed to utilize whichever implies it considers appropriate - animosity or exchange - for the homeland.