For Golden Bengal attack on Mamata Banerjee becoming poorer day by the day, as today Mr. Amit Shah launched the BJP party’s mission Bengal from the tiny village of Naxalbari, in 1960s the Violent Naxal uprising begin.
The BJP party Chief said, "I want you to shout so loudly that it can be heard in Kolkata," as declared that development would be defeated by Violence. Mr. Amit Shah said, "This is where violence started. I am happy to see the Lotus bloom here." Today Mr. Amit Shah will be going door to door in a booth level campaign in Naxalbari and will be having lunch on a banana leaf at a villager’s home.
Three day tour of Bengal of Mr. Amit Shah will take him next to Bhabanipur, Mamata Banerjee’s assembly constituency. Mr. Amit Shah Focus on the strengthening of BJP party at the grass roots ahead of local body election in the state net year and 2019 national election. A Second term will be seek by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Bengal’s Urban Development Minister Firhad Hakim said, "They are welcome to come and visit and we hope they have a good trip," he further added, "But the lives of people in Bengal are entwined with Mamata Banerjee's."
For South Kanthi Assembly seat the BJP party buoyed by-election result earlier of this month.asexpected the Trinamool won the seat, But BJP party was second with the votes of 31% and the main opposition party pushed by a third position, CPM.
The leader of BJP party said, "2019 is not far away. A target is been set by Amit Shah for 120 more MPs. Amit Shah obviously wants from West Bengal, "Amit Shah will be on the 15 days travel across five states as he attempts to expand his party's footprint in regions where it has been weak. The "yatra" takes him to Odisha next and then Telangana, Tamil Nadu and Kerala.
The BJP party reckons in Bengal, Mr. Amit Shah Roots would have taken the time the 2021 assembly election come around. That year the BJP party aims to win the state, in last year’s election the BJP party won three assembly seats. Party of Mamata Banerjee won 230 seats, which got her second term as Chief Minister in state ruled by the Left for three decades till 2012. Mamata Banerjee has been challenged by no sign for an anti-incumbency sentiment.
The BJP party threat is been taken lightly by Mamata Banerjee. Mamata Banerjee adopted the party workers to give no quarter to the BJP party. Today, Mamata Banerjee too is in north Bengal and will be addressing a public meeting in Cooch Behar.
The BJP party has attacked Mamata Banerjee on what it calls her "Muslim appeasement policy." That policy, said state BJP party chief Dilip Ghosh, is "now back firing."