Union Home Minister and former BJP President Amit Shah is in West Bengal on a two-day visit. Whereupon, he held a meeting with the leaders of 13 districts on Thursday afternoon. In this meeting, Amit Shah told the leaders that BJP should win more than 200 seats in the upcoming West Bengal assembly elections.
A BJP district president, who attended this closed-door meeting, said that Amit Shah has asked district and state leaders to strengthen the organization up to the polling booth level to ensure that the BJP gets 294 assembly seats in the state. Win over 200. Shah reportedly told the leaders that they should be determined to achieve this goal instead of just making an effort.
In the midst of the meeting, Amit Shah took a break and went to Chaturdih village along with BJP performance chairman Dilip Ghosh, National General Secretary Kailas Vijayvargiya, National Secretary Arvind Menon, National Vice President Mukul Roy and other leaders. There, Amit Shah had lunch at the house of Vibhishan Hansda living in Chaturdih village. Hansda who is a member of the local tribal community.
Amit Shah was seated on the floor with the rest of the leaders when he arrived at Hansda’s house. Amit Shah was served a meal on a traditional banana leaf. About three hours before lunch in the tribal village, Amit Shah said, the way BJP workers are being attacked and tortured, I can feel that the downfall of Mamata Banerjee government has started is.