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The BJP will present its manifesto to the public during the visit of Home Minister Amit Shah to Kolkata. – File photo
Home Minister Amit Shah will be visiting West Bengal on Sunday for the assembly elections. This is his second tour in a week. 12.30 pm The Home Minister will address an election meeting in Agra district of East Medinipur. After this, he will also issue a BJP manifesto in Kolkata at 5.30 pm. According to BJP election in-charge Kailash Vijayvargiya, the manifesto will be put in front of the public during Shah’s visit to Kolkata.
All eyes on BJP’s manifesto
According to which BJP and TMC are emphasizing their victory in Bengal elections. Everyone’s eyes are fixed on both these parties. After the breathtaking promises in the TMC manifesto, the BJP’s manifesto is also under the eye of everyone. It is hoped that the BJP may come up with a new strategy through the manifesto to remove the TMC from power. It is estimated that the BJP will be eyeing the OBC category. She can make a big announcement about these. BJP can tell its strategy to overcome problems like employment, corruption.
BJP had sought opinion on the manifesto by campaigning in the state
The BJP had launched a major campaign in the state before releasing the manifesto. People were asked for opinion on the change in the state. The campaign was started by National President JP Nadda himself. According to public opinion, this time the manifesto has been prepared by BJP.
Had a road show in Kharagpur on 14 March
Earlier, the Home Minister was on an election tour of Bengal on 14 March. Here he did a road show in Kharagpur. He had said in a roadshow when CM Mamta Banerjee was injured that I wish Didi could get well soon. He also talked about touching the BJP’s 200+ figures. Shah was accompanied by Bengal BJP president Dilip Ghosh, party general secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya and party candidate actor Hiranmay Chakraborty from Kharagpur. He had also met party leaders and discussed the electoral strategy.
8 phase election in Bengal
In West Bengal, voting will be held in 8 phases. Voting for 294-seat assembly 27 March (30 seats), 1 April (30 seats), 6 April (31 seats), 10 April (44 seats), 17 April (45 seats), 22 April (43 seats), 26 April (36 seats), is to be held on 29 April (35 seats).