Amit Shah will attend today the inauguration of the NSG 29 Special Composite Group complex in West Bengal

NEW DELHI: The Union home, Amit Shah, will visit West Bengal on Sunday to attend the inauguration of the 29 Special Composite Group (NSG) complex in Rajarhat.

The Interior Minister also plans to address two public meetings in Kolkata. The events are ahead of the municipal elections in the state that are probably held in April.

BJP on Saturday, as part of the 'Aar Noi Annay' movement, drew a list of what they call a series of injustices 'imposed on people' under the Trinamool Congress (TMC) rule led by Mamata Banerjee in West Bengal.

The notice said that since it came to power in 2011, the Banerjee government has continuously betrayed the people of the state and has caused the once proud West Bengal to be left behind from the rest of the country.

In declaring that inflation was 7 percent in the state, the statement further noted that West Bengal's infrastructure is in poor condition and even basic public services are not provided.