Home Minister Amit Shah is on Mission Bengal, the second day in Mamata Banerjee’s home state

Home Minister Amit Shah
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Amit Shah has started his mission in West Bengal and it’s his second day of the campaign in Mamata Banerjee’s citadel. Shah will be taking part in many campaigns in West Bengal today; he has also paid tribute to the legendary tribal leader on the first day of his visit to Bengal in Bankura on Thursday.

Home Minister started his mission 2021 for assembly polls in the state of Bengal and said BJP will get a full majority in the state upcoming election. Amit Shah started his West Bengal tour from Bankura by paying floral tribute to the tribal leader Bhagwan Birsa Munda, BJP has already started their West Bengal election campaign long back and they are getting the benefit of an early start in the state.

On the first day of his Bengal trip, Shah also went to a local tribe house and had food in their traditional style and promised to make ‘Sonar Bangla’ again a crime-free state. Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee was on his target, he said the people are against the Mamata government and have shown faith in the leadership of Narendra Modi and they believe that the change will come under his leadership.

Home Minister was looking very confident about the victory in the coming assembly pools and said BJP will get a two-thirds majority in West Bengal. Shah went to Dakshineswar Kali Temple on the second day, which is one of the 51 shakti peeth in India. Amit Shah also visited classical singer Pt Ajay Chakraborty in Kolkata.

Amit Shah also participated in a BJP’s organizational meeting and discussed the strategy for the upcoming challenges in West Bengal after that Shah had lunch at Navin Biswas’s home in Gauranganagar, Kolkata. Amit Shah also twitted and said “Had delicious food for lunch at Shri Navin Biswas ji‘s home in Gauranganagar, Kolkata. Grateful to the Biswas family for being such a great host. Will always remember their love and affection that they have shown towards me.”

BJP has performed well in Bengal in the last general election and expecting to continue the performance in 2021 and to achieve the target of 200 seats in West Bengal senior leader of BJP has taken the command in his hand.

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