Bangalistan (Bengali: বাঙালীস্তান) is the proposed separate land or state for the Bengalis in India and self-sufficient socio-economic zone promoted by the supporters of the Indian political party Amra Bangali. Basically, it is a social movement, based on Prabhat Ranjan Sarkar's socio-economic and political theory PROUT. Bengal or Bangalistan was divided several times in the past. The Mandai Massacre, Nellie Massacre, etc. proves the hurtful conditions of the Bengalis in India. The Amra Bangali protested the National Register of Citizens for Assam. They want to reorganize Bangalistan as per the Article 3(a) of Part 1 of the Constitution of India to save themselves from oppression and exploitation. The Bangalistan envisioned by the party would include the whole of West Bengal, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Tripura and some parts of Assam, Bihar and Jharkhand, etc.
- Bangalistan should be reorganized for the Bengalis to keep their national rights in India.
- Bengali language should be used in all official and non-official works with large Bengali speaking states.
- All Bengali immigrants should be given Indian nationality as per the Indian citizenship laws.
- The Bengali regiment should be reorganized to save the Bengalis, etc.
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