On October 20, 2019, Bengal Volunteers had organized at the historic Bharat Sabha Hall (Indian Association Hall), stationed in Kolkata, its first conference named, “NRC, Citizenship, and Others”, joined by people from all walks of life with spontaneity. The conference, owing to the professional excellence and strenuous endeavor of BV leadership, exceeding the significance of the subject in the present socio-economic and political climate, not to speak of the eagerness of packed audience proved to be a grand success. The assemblage brought forth the need for an alternative or to be precise, Bengali Hindu Nationalism and also it strengthened the resolve of Bengal Volunteers to reinstate the chronicle of most ancient Bengal School of Thought of Hindu Nationalism.
Speakers at the conclave included Sri Shubhash Chakraborty (President – Bengal Volunteers), Sri Animitra Chakraborty (General Secretary – Bengal Volunteers), Shri Shriman Chakraborty (Organizing Secretary – Bengal Volunteers), Shri Jugal Krishna Pal (Convener – NRC & Refugee Cell, Bengal Volunteers). The meeting was conducted by Sm. Dolon Ghosh (Convener - Cultural Cell, Bengal Volunteers).
On November 5, 2019, Bengal Volunteers, to end the NRC fiasco and also to settle the dreadful fate of hapless Bengali Hindus including urging governmental approach to put an end to atrocities on them, especially in the eastern half of India including West Bengal, submitted a series of apposite proposals to the Central Government of India.
Copies had been sent to (both postal and e-mail) –
Shri M Venkaiah Naidu, Honorable Vice-President, Government of India; Shri Narendra Modi, Honorable Prime Minister, Government of India; Shri Amit Shah, Honorable Home Minister, Government of India; Shri Nityanand Rai; Honorable Minister of State, Home Affairs, Government of India; Shri Prahlad Venkatesh Joshi, Honorable Minister, Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs; Shri Om Birla, Honorable Speaker, Lok Sabha; Shri NC Gupta, O.S.D to the Honorable Speaker; Shri Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury, Honorable MP & Congress leader of the Lok Sabha; Shri Ghulam Nabi Azad, Honorable Member of Parliament; Ms. Saheli Ghosh Roy, Joint Secretary (C&IC), Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India; Ms. Nalinakshi Trikha, Additional Director, Lok Sabha Secretariat; Shri Pradeep Chaturvedi, Joint Secretary; Prime Minister’s Office.
On January 7, 2020, a letter was sent from the Hon’ble Lok Sabha Secretariat to Bengal Volunteers as a mark of receipt of its proposals to various Central Governmental Departments.