Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) West Bengal unit president Dilip Ghosh has said 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 to be held in April-May of the year 2021.
Mr. Ghosh said that both the top leaders of BJP will visit different states every month before the assembly elections in the state to take stock of the party organization. Mr. Ghosh told reporters, “Amit Shah and JP Nadda will come separately every month till the end of the assembly elections. The dates are yet to be finalized. Their regular visits will increase the enthusiasm of the party workers.
‘Party sources said that Amit Shah is likely to visit two consecutive days every month, while JP Nadda’s visit will be for three days. Lashing out at the Congress-CPI-M alliance, Dilip Ghosh said that people have rejected both the parties long ago.