‘Mission West Bengal’: Amit Shah arrives in Mamata’s bastion to enthuse BJP workers ahead of Assembly polls

Amit Shah to begin two-day West Bengal visit from today.
Bharatiya Janata Party leader Amit Shah on Thursday arrived at Bankura in West Bengal on a two-day visit. During his stay here, Shah will hold a series of meeting to enthuse the party workers and review the BJP’s preparations for next year’s Assembly elections.
Shah will meet party workers and leaders mainly from south and south-western region of West Bengal where the BJP is certain of creating gains within the Assembly elections. The BJP had in 2019 general elections won 18 of the 42 Lok Sabha seats in West Bengal. The saffron party has emerged as the main challenger for the ruling TMC in the state. Out of 18 MPs, the 12 MPs are from south and south-western region of the state.
According to the party’s national media in-charge Anil Baluni, Shah will have lunch with tribal and refugee families during his visit to the eastern state. He said that Shah will hold number of meetings in Bankura and Kolkata with booth workers, influencers and representatives of various communities.
On Thursday, Shah will visit Bankura to meet party workers and leaders from the different sections of the society. The party workers from two zones, Rarh and Hooghly-Midnapore, covering over 70 assembly seats from the southern region of West Bengal , will attend the meeting. He will have lunch at a tribal household in Chaturdhi village of Bankura district.
On Friday, Shah will hold variety of meetings with party workers in Kolkata, office bearers from quite 80 assembly constituencies from Nabadwip in south central Bengal and Kolkata region. He also will visit the Dakshineswar Kali Temple and later have lunch at a refugee household in Kolkata’s Gauranganagar area.
Shah is additionally slated to possess a gathering with representatives of various communities later within the day, Bulani said.
“There is excitement in workers across Bengal as Amit Shahji is coming to the state. His arrival and his advice will boost the party’s preparedness for the 2021 assembly polls in West Bengal ,” BJP’s West Bengal unit general secretary Locket Chatterjee had said on Tuesday.
Assembly elections in the state will be held in May 2021. The BJP wants to project it as an alternative to the Trinamool Congress which is ruling the state since 2011 under Mamata Banerjee’s leadership. The party has been organising a series of events wherein it is highlighting the failures of Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee with a focus on political killings, minority appeasement, and poor handling of the Covid-19 situation. The saffron party expects to repeat the 2019 performance within the upcoming Assembly elections.

MD Foorqan

Motivational speaker, Storyteller, Content creator.Founder of KUMFOO MOTIVATION. https://www.youtube.com/c/kumfoomotivationhttps://www.youtube.com/c/theturksmotivation

Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Back to top button

Adblock Detected!

Our website is made possible by displaying online advertisements to our visitors. Please consider supporting us by whitelisting our website.