Shah And Nadda Will Visit West Bengal Every Month Till The West Bengal Assembly Elections Are Over – Amit Shah and Nadda to visit BJP every month, preparing for Bengal Fatah


Amit Shah and JP Nadda
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After the formation of the government in Bihar, now the Bharatiya Janata Party has started preparing for the Bengal Fatah. The BJP’s West Bengal unit has made a big plan for this. Bengal BJP state president Dilip Ghosh said on Wednesday that Union Home Minister Amit Shah and party’s national president JP Nadda will visit the state every month till the end of assembly elections in the state.

Elections for the 294-member assembly of West Bengal are scheduled in April-May next year. Both BJP leaders will visit different states every month before the elections to take stock of the party organization.
Dilip Ghosh told the media that regular visits of our two leaders will increase the enthusiasm of the party workers. Party sources said Shah is expected to visit two consecutive days every month while Nadda’s visit will be for three days. After this Ghosh lashed out at the Congress and CPI (M) alliance and said that both parties had rejected the people long ago. He said that people of West Bengal gave opportunity to Congress, CPI (M) and Trinamool Congress. All three parties have failed to meet the aspirations of the people, now the BJP will fulfill their expectations.

Party sources said that in view of the state assembly elections, the Bharatiya Janata Party has divided the state into five organizational areas and appointed central leaders in charge of it. Senior BJP leaders Sunil Deodhar, Vinod Tawde, Dushyant Gautam, Harish Dwivedi and Vinod Sonkar have been appointed by the top leadership of the party in charge of North Bengal, Rhad Banga (South West districts), Nabadwip, Midnapur and Kolkata organizational area.

Deodhar, Tawde and Sonkar are scheduled to meet in their respective areas on Wednesday. Significantly, despite the limited presence in West Bengal, the BJP emerged as the main rival of the ruling Trinamool Congress by winning 18 out of 42 seats in the Lok Sabha elections held last year.

After the formation of the government in Bihar, now the Bharatiya Janata Party has started preparing for the Bengal Fatah. The BJP’s West Bengal unit has made a big plan for this. Bengal BJP state president Dilip Ghosh said on Wednesday that Union Home Minister Amit Shah and party’s national president JP Nadda will visit the state every month till the end of assembly elections in the state.

Elections for the 294-member assembly of West Bengal are scheduled in April-May next year. Both BJP leaders will visit different states every month before the elections to take stock of the party organization.

Dilip Ghosh told the media that regular visits of our two leaders will increase the enthusiasm of the party workers. Party sources said Shah is expected to visit two consecutive days every month while Nadda’s visit will be for three days. After this Ghosh lashed out at the Congress and CPI (M) alliance and said that both parties had rejected the people long ago. He said that people of West Bengal gave opportunity to Congress, CPI (M) and Trinamool Congress. All three parties have failed to meet the aspirations of the people, now the BJP will fulfill their expectations. Party sources said that in view of the state assembly elections, the Bharatiya Janata Party has divided the state into five organizational areas and appointed central leaders in charge of it. Senior BJP leaders Sunil Deodhar, Vinod Tawde, Dushyant Gautam, Harish Dwivedi and Vinod Sonkar have been appointed by the top leadership of the party in charge of North Bengal, Rhad Banga (South West districts), Nabadwip, Midnapur and Kolkata Organizational Area.

Deodhar, Tawde and Sonkar are likely to meet in their respective areas on Wednesday. Significantly, despite the limited presence in West Bengal, the BJP emerged as the main rival of the ruling Trinamool Congress in the Lok Sabha elections held last year by winning 18 out of 42 seats.


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