Union Minister Amit Shah is going to conduct a virtual rally to address the people of West Bengal. Also, Amit Shah is going to conduct this rally on June 8, State party president Dilip Ghosh said. Shah is conducting rally for apprising people of Bengal about the Modi Government’s achievements in the first and second term. He is also going to apprise people about the strategy of the Central Government against the Coronavirus Pandemic.
Mr. Ghosh, State party president said that we are focussing on virtual rallies. Because public rallies are banned now and cannot be conducted as it is against the social-distancing norm. Shah is going to campaign through the virtual rally for five days. The first rally will be conducted virtually on June 8. Like the normal rallies, speakers are going to speak in the virtual rally. Amit Shah will be the main speaker for June 8. Also, he will be speaking from New Delhi.
An Eye On State Assembly Elections
Last time, Amit Shah conducted the rally in Kolkata on March 1. This rally was a pro-CAA rally. During this virtual rally, Amit Shah is going to highlight the inability of the State Government in dealing with Coronavirus Pandemic and the disastrous Amphan Cyclone.
The BJP has its eye on the state assembly election. The election commission is going to organize the state assembly elections in West Bengal next year. The BJP has included a dozen new faces in the State Party organization. Recently, BJP has removed Chandra Bose, grand-nephew of Subhash Chandra Bose. After he opposed the stand of BJP on CAA. TMC lost 12 Lok Sabha seats to BJP in the last General Elections. BJP secured 18 out of 42 seats whereas the tally of TMC was decided to 22.