Residence Minister Amit Shah, CM Mamata Banerjee to carry public conferences in West Bengal in the present day | India Information
New Delhi: Union Residence Minister Amit Shah is scheduled to handle a public assembly in Gosaba, West Bengal on Tuesday (March 23). Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee will even be campaigning in Purulia.
CM Banerjee can be addressing rallies at Purulia within the Para constituency at 12:30 pm, in Kashipur at 1:30 pm and at 2:30 PM within the Raghunathpur constituency.
The Bharatiya Janata Get together (BJP) introduced on Twitter that the Home Minister can be visiting West Bengal for a public assembly in Gosaba at 12 pm, after which he can be holding a roadshow in Medinipur at 3 pm.
Schedule of Union Residence Minister Shri @AmitShah‘s public applications on twenty third March 2021 in West Bengal.
— BJP (@BJP4India) March 22, 2021
The Residence Minister on Monday (March 22) addressed a number of rallies and met BJP staff in Guwahati forward of the Assam meeting elections.
Moreover Shah, BJP president JP Nadda and Union Minister Dr Jitendra Singh have been additionally current on the grand assembly. Earlier on Monday, Shah held public rallies in Udalgiri and Majuli.
At his rally in Udalgri, Shah took a jibe at Congress MP Rahul Gandhi’s latest go to to Assam stating that it was nothing greater than a picnic.
“Just lately, Rahul baba visited Assam. For him, visiting Assam is nothing greater than a picnic. He comes right here, enjoys a picnic and goes again. When he talks about labourers, I really feel like laughing, as Congress didn’t do something for tea backyard staff throughout the time they have been in energy,” Shah stated.
Elections for the 126-seat Assam meeting are scheduled to happen in three phases from March 27 to April 6. The outcomes can be introduced on Could 2.
BJP is contesting the polls in alliance with Asom Gana Parishad (AGP) and United Folks’s Get together Liberal (UPPL). Then again, Congress has fashioned a coalition with Bodoland Folks’s Entrance (BPF), AIUDF, Anchalik Gana Marcha (AGM) and the Left events.