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BJP will not rest before forming government in Bengal with two-thirds majority: Shah | India News

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CALCUTTA: Union Interior Minister Amit Shah said on Thursday that the BJP will not rest before forming the government in West Bengal with a two-thirds majority. He said the “war” is not just to remove Mamata Banerjee from power in West Bengal, but to turn the state into ‘Sonar Bangla’ (Golden Bengal).
“We will not rest before forming the government in West Bengal with a two-thirds majority,” he said while addressing the BJP’s “social media warriors” here.
Shah said that all voters will be guaranteed to be able to freely exercise their right to vote during the upcoming state assembly elections to be held in April-May.
Shah, known to be the saffron party’s master strategist, said winning the West Bengal elections will pave the way for electoral successes in Odisha, Telangana and other states in the country where the BJP is not in power.
He set a goal for the BJP social media team to reach two million million of West Bengal’s 10 million inhabitants by spreading the party’s messages and the Center’s achievements.

Times of India

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