Kolkata: Chief Mamata Banerjee said the BJP is circulating false news over the state government’s denial to give permission to hold rallies for BJP’s national president Amit Shah in Bengal.Before leaving for North Bengal, the Chief Minister said the state government has given all the necessary permission to hold rallies. “BJP is circulating fake news. We have given every permission. The police have asked to shift the site where a temporary helipad is to come up. Only the place of landing has been changed for safety and security reasons. They have asked for permission at different places and we have given all the permissions,” Banerjee said. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Mercedes car in Kolkata, 2 pedestrians killedThe West Bengal police in its Twitter handle mentioned: “Some media is incorrectly showing that police is not giving permission for Amit Shah’s meetings which the party have applied for in different districts. This is incorrect. The matter is being processed and no objection is being given.” It further stated: “Some problem from security point of view are there for construction of helipads which is also cleared from security angle at appropriate places.” The rallies come close on the heels of a mega public meeting organised in Kolkata’s Brigade Parade Ground by the Trinamool Congress in which all top Opposition leaders from across the country were present.