BJP Nabanna Chalo Campaign in West Bengal: Political mercury is getting high in India these days. The India Jodo Yatra of Congress is still going on, every day BJP and Congress are attacking each other for this. Now in West Bengal also a pitch of collision seems to be ready. This pitch is also about travel.
In fact, the Bharatiya Janata Party unit has called for Naban Chalo campaign against Mamta Banerjee from today. BJP is fully prepared for this. At the same time, the West Bengal government has refused to allow this visit. In such a situation, once again a clash can be seen between the workers of both the parties.
What does BJP have to say?
West Bengal BJP President S Majumdar has attacked the Mamta government for not getting approval for the Naban campaign. Mazumdar attacked the TMC government and said that why would the public take permission from thieves to protest? He also targeted the state police saying that the police were behaving like TMC workers. He said that the last time when we took out Naban March also, section 144 was imposed to stop us. Majumdar said that we will once again take out this march in the fight to save Bengal. At the same time, the police has categorically denied permission for this journey. In such a situation, there may be a clash again tomorrow.
Why is the BJP so focused on this yatra?
Actually, there are panchayat elections in West Bengal next year. Before the Panchayat elections, all the political parties are trying to increase their strength. Like the ruling party Trinamool Congress, BJP is also trying to increase its strength, BJP said that Naban will take the flag and stick along in the campaign. He said, “Trinamool has changed the line of the poem. The Trinamool Congress knows nothing but Tola. The District President who does not pay more is transferred. Many party leaders have been caught in bribery. Even after this, the party is not taking the name of improvement.
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