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Shah and Nadda to visit Bengal every month until the end of the assembly elections: BJP head of state | India News


KOLKATA: West Bengal BJP chief Dilip Ghosh said on Wednesday that Union Interior Minister Amit Shah and party national chair JP Nadda will visit the state every month until the end of the elections. to the assembly.
Elections to the 294-member state Assembly must be held between April and May next year.
The two senior leaders of the BJP will visit the state separately each month to take stock of the party’s organization before the elections.
“Amit Shah and JP Nadda will visit the state separately every month until the assembly elections are over. The dates have yet to be defined. Their regular visits will energize the party workers,” Ghosh told reporters.
Shah is likely to visit the state for two consecutive days a month and Nadda for three days, party sources said.
Attacking the Congress-CPI (M) alliance, Ghosh said that both parties have long been rejected by the people of the state.
“The people of West Bengal have given opportunities to Congress, the CPI (M) and the TMC. The three parties have not lived up to the expectations of the masses, which will now be met by the BJP,” he said. .
With its sights set on the elections, the BJP on Tuesday divided the state into five organizational zones and put central leaders in charge, party sources said.
The main leaders of the BJP, Sunil Deodhar, Vinod Tawde, Dushyant Gautam, Harish Dwivedi and Vinod Sonkar, have been chosen by the high command of the party to head the organizational areas of North Bengal, Rarh Banga (south-western districts), Nabadwip, Midnapore and Kolkata, they said. .
Deodhar, Tawde, Gautam and Sonkar are likely to hold party meetings in their respective areas during the day.
BJP National Secretary General Dushyant Gautam, who has taken over the Kolkata area, exudes confidence after arriving in the city that the Saffron party will come to power in the state in the assembly elections.
After having a limited presence in the politically polarized state for decades, the BJP has become the main rival of the ruling Trinamool Congress by winning 18 of the 42 Lok Sabha seats in West Bengal in the 2019 general elections.
With the BJP’s strength increasing in the state in recent years, party leaders have expressed confidence that it will be able to end the 10-year rule of Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee in the 2021 assembly elections.

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