Kolkata: Recently Municipal polls held in West Bengal and state BJP finished second in most places relegating the Left to the third position. The BJP won six seats in three municipalities which included four in Dhupguri in north Bengal and one each in Buniyadpur (north Bengal) and Panskura in south Bengal, according to the results of the August 13 civic elections. Now state BJP keeps eye on 2019 Loksabha election. Meanwhile, BJP has emerged as the main challenger to the ruling dispensation by bagging six seats in three municipalities.
Central leaders of BJP have given a strong message to the state leaders for not giving a single inch to the state ruling party Trinamool congress. State BJP’s Special working committee meeting was held in Kolkata’s three star hotel on Friday. Several important decisions were taken in this meeting.
After UP election, Central BJP admires that the oraganisation power is the main motto behind their UP success and in this same formula, they will also conquer the West Bengal. According to state BJP sources, JP Nadda, Kailash Vijayvargiya, Arjun singh and Sibprakash got the responsibility to look the state BJP organization. These leaders also have give attention by diving 42 loksabha centre in many parts.
State BJP will give more importance those areas in Bengal where ‘Modi magic’ and ‘saffron storm’ not effected and they will also do the organisation where it not. State BJP leader Sayantan Basu said that BJP will get 40 percent votes if state will conduct fair and lovely election.
Desperate to boost their presence in the state, the BJP is now eyeing the Bengali’s favourite Durga Puja, celebrated across the state over five fun-filled days and nights. Sensing a ‘perfect opportunity’ to engage with Hindu revelers, the party’s plan focuses on the puja clubs, specifically those spurned by the ruling Trinamool Congress government.
Reported By-Tanujit Das
Edited By- Piku Mukherjee