Kolkata: Union Home Minister Amit Shah’s tour of West Bengal is starting from Wednesday. It is reported that during this time he will try to unite the leaders and workers in the midst of the ongoing tussle in the party. During the three-day visit, Shah will hold meetings with party functionaries at several places in the state. The special thing is that even after heavy activism in the 2021 assembly elections, 73 seats were got. Whereas, Trinamool Congress won a record victory. According to media reports, Shah will address BJP workers, MPs, MLAs and party functionaries in Kolkata and Siliguri in North Bengal.
Chances are being raised that Shah may address the rally in Siliguri. Along with this, he will hold meetings with different communities including Rajvanshis, Adivasis and Dalits. In the conversation, a party leader said, ‘Shah will try to quell the discontent of the disgruntled leaders in the organizational meeting with all the office bearers in Kolkata. Along with this, he will also try to stop the obstacles coming at the organization level.
During the three-day visit, Shah will hold special discussions with Bharatiya Janata Party state president Sukanta Majumdar, national vice president Dilip Ghosh and leader of the opposition Suvendu Adhikari. During this, the Home Minister will try to resolve the issue of leaders leaving the party and the displeasure of the leaders on a large scale in the last few months.
Apart from this, Shah can also reach the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh’s office in the capital Kolkata. He will be part of two government programs in north Bengal’s Hinglaj on Thursday and Teen Bigha on Friday. The special thing is that the BJP has decided to protest on the completion of one year of the post-poll violence.
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It is reported that Arjun Singh, BJP MP from Barrackpore, was missing from the party’s rally organized in protest against CM Mamta Banerjee. After this there has been speculation that Singh may join TMC again. However, in a conversation with the Tribune, he told that he is more concerned about those working in the jute industry. In this regard, he was to hold a meeting with the Secretary, Ministry of Textiles in Delhi. He told that due to this he did not become a part of the protest.