Though the dates of the 2021 assembly elections in West Bengal have not been announced yet, but before that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is busy preparing the electoral atmosphere in the state. In this sequence, Union Home Minister Amit Shah will begin his two-day visit on Saturday. Former state minister and TMC leader Suvendu Adhikari is likely to join the BJP during Shah’s visit.

According to sources, the Home Minister is expected to visit nearby temples and have lunch with the locals. On Saturday, he would go to a farmer’s house and would have lunch on Sunday at the Baul singer’s house. Keeping an eye on the upcoming West Bengal assembly elections, the BJP is vigorously pursuing its campaign in the state. Central ministers, a deputy CM and central leaders are stationed there and assigning six to seven Lok Sabha constituencies to each leader.