Amit Shah seeks a chance for BJP in Bengal, promises ‘Sonar Bangla’ in 5 years – india news

Union dwelling minister Amit Shah on Friday set the tone for the West Bengal meeting elections slated to be held subsequent yr. Urging individuals to present the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, a chance, he promised to rework the state into ‘Sonar Bangla’ inside 5 years.

Shah, who’s on a two-day go to to West Bengal, additionally expressed confidence that the BJP would win at the very least 200 seats in the upcoming meeting polls in the state. He asserted that the social gathering, below the management of social gathering president JP Nadda, will combat the polls on the problems of welfare and safety of the individuals. “The BJP is taking the election of Bengal very seriously under the leadership of JP Nadda. Because with this the security of the country is also associated and the welfare of the most backward poor people is also concerned. We will go public with both issues,” he mentioned.

While addressing a press convention in Kolkata, Shah mentioned that the BJP’s purpose is to make sure growth in Bengal and cease infiltration alongside the border. “Our aim is clear that Bengal should be developed, the borders of the country are secure, infiltration inside Bengal should be stopped,” he advised reporters.

He additionally slammed the Mamata Banerjee-led authorities in the state over the rising crime price and added, “The TMC and Didi’s only goal is to make the nephew the chief minister in the next term.” (*5*) he mentioned.

The Union dwelling minister additionally took a swipe on the state authorities over its dealing with of the coronavirus pandemic and the cyclone in Bengal earlier this yr. “Appeasement has raised questions in the minds of a large section of the people of Bengal,” he mentioned through the briefing.

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