Amit Shah West Bengal visit assembly polls Bihar election BJP chief JP Nadda visit
Amid the ongoing elections for the Bihar Assembly, Union Minister Amit Shah has shifted his focus to Mission Bengal. Party leader Bhartiya Janta announced on Wednesday his two-day visit to West Bengal, where the assembly elections will be held next year. He will take stock of the Bharatiya Janata Party’s organizational preparation for the 2021 state assembly elections and will meet with BJP workers in Bankura.
Shah shared his schedule on his Twitter account, “I will be arriving in West Bengal tonight on a two day visit. I look forward to interacting with our karyakartas from @ bjp4bengal, dear West Bengal people, friends in the media and representatives from different communities.” .
Tonight I will arrive in West Bengal on a two day visit.
– Amit Shah (@AmitShah) November 4, 2020
Shah will also have lunch at the homes of a tribal family in Bankura and a refugee family from Bangladesh the next day.
Earlier, Prime Minister Modi sounded the bugle from the polls while virtually addressing the people of Bengal on the occasion of Durga Sasthi. BJP Chairman JP Nadda also addressed party workers in North Bengal during his visit to Durga Puja.
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