Assembly Polls 2021: BJP will take action against Goons of TMC, says Amit Shah
Union Home Minister and BJP's Amit Shah is going on a state visit again on Sunday. This is Amit Shah's one-day visit to the state for the second time within a week.
New Delhi: In view of the assembly elections in West Bengal, Union Home Minister and BJP's Amit Shah is going on a state visit again on Sunday. This is Amit Shah's one-day visit to the state for the second time within a week.
Our 130 cadres were killed. Goons of TMC shouldn't think that they will be spared. We will take action when our government comes to power in West Bengal on May 2: Union Home Minister Amit Shah during a rally in Egra, West Bengal
Amit Shah in Bengal:
Shah will address an election rally at Agra in East Medinipur district at 1.30 pm. After this, he will also release BJP's manifesto in Kolkata at 5.30 pm.
The father of Suvendu Adhikari, who recently joined BJP, and TMC MP Shishir Adhikari and his brother Dibyendu Adhikari will also attend Amit Shah's rally.
TMC chief and Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee released the manifesto of the Trinamool Congress on Wednesday, in which 10 populist promises have been made. Everybody is eyeing the BJP's manifesto regarding what will be special for the BJP in Bengal. It is being told that to win the hearts of the people of Bengal, the BJP has formulated several strategies and has included breathtaking promises.
BJP will release its Manifesto:
The BJP can make several big announcements in its manifesto. In this, a big announcement about the Other Backward Classes (OBC) is also possible. There is a discussion that the party may announce the inclusion of some castes in the state in the OBC. The proclamation may focus on providing employment and corruption-free government.
Let us tell you that a few weeks ago the BJP had launched a big campaign. The party's national president JP Nadda himself started the Lakshya Sonar Bangla campaign in the state. The party sought suggestions from the people of the state for a manifesto.
As part of this campaign, the BJP had arranged 294 LED chariots to carry one LED chariot in each assembly constituency, in which a box was present and people were asked to give their suggestions. The first phase of voting is on March 27 for the elections to be held in eight phases in Bengal.