Amit Shah 15 Days Tour To BJP’s 5 Weakest States Starts In Bengal

From LK Advani’s book a page will be borrowed from the party Patriarch, Chief Amit Shah from BJP party will start the tour of 15 days for an expansion drive today. The journey of states will be involved where the BJP party is been traditionally weak. The 5 states will be, Odisha, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Telangana and Bengal. From Naxalbari the Vatra will begin, a village of West Bengal from where the Left-Wing extremism started in 1960s. Mr. Amit Shah is planning for each state to spend 3 days.

The goal is the 2019 general election, the plan of BJP party is to use the Vatra to instrument its fresh strategies for local body election which is going to place next year. The move is politically significant, after the BJP party cornered a chunk of the Left vote in the recently concluded by-election in Kanthi South, coming second to the state’s ruling Trinamool Congress party.

The Leader said, “The BJP will try to move to the second position in gram panchayats and at least few Zilla Parishads. This will signal to the Bengal voter that the BJP is emerging as an alternative.”

According to the sources, Mr. Amit Shah tomorrow will be reaching to Siliguri, from there he will drive down to Naxalbari to take part in “Booth Chalo” or visit to the Pool Both Campaign. The strategy which has paid off in Assam and Uttar Pradesh, due to which the idea of Party’s virtually no existence in the booth or the grass root level by roping in effective workers or CPM.

After the announcement of Mr. Amit Shah BJP party Chief travel plans, Smriti Irani the Textile Minister took a dig at Rahul Gandhi the Vice President of Congress party. Smriti Irani said, “The president of a party which has won one election after another is not resting on his laurel. This is the biggest difference between the BJP party and the Congress party," she further added, the choice of Naxalbari is meant to send a message of solidarity with BJP party workers, who have "suffered violence” there.

The leaders of the top party, which includes every Union Minister have asked to drive the Booth Level campaign. The party leader said, “Once in the BJP party fold, these leaders can utilise their machinery to organise the party at the booth level.”

The senior leader from BJP party said that Mr. Amit Shah will be taking Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s message of"development for all" to a place where a violent movement to uproot the Indian state had started.

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