Kolkata: A new organisation named ‘Nabya Banga’ will come up tomorrow to rejuvenate Bengal’s culture. This organisation is totally non-political organisation. The organisation member will start their campaigning in all districts from tomorrow.
The guests of the opening ceremony are BJP’s RajyaSabha member and others are BJP’s close member. But any leader of ruling party is not invited at the opening ceremony. Political think tanks thought that this is also BJP’s new tricks to defeat Mamata’s government.
BJP party expects to make massive gains, both in terms of votes as well as seat share in the state on upcoming elections. Mukul Roy’s presence in BJP also help the party to hike strength. So, this organisation will do two things one is rejuvenation of Bengal culture and other is to hike Saffron brigade strength.
The culture of West Bengal is considered to be one of the richest cultures in India. Apart from boasting of its immense contribution in reformation movements, the state also takes the credit for being the pioneer of cosmopolitan culture in the country. Over the years, the culture of West Bengal has emerged as the perfect blend of modernity and traditions. The sanctity of Hooghly, the beauty of Eastern Himalayas, the diversity of Sunderbans and the freshness of the Tea Gardens, all blend together to constitute what we call the unique culture of West Bengal.
Nabya Banga convener Soumen Purokayosto said that this is true that our guests are from BJP but it is totally non political organisation. He also added that anybody will welcome in our organisation who wants to save the culture.
Political professor Koushik Das, member of Nabya Banga organisation said that today Bengali culture is in danger. According to journalist Nikhil Chitrokar, we forget our culture, so i joined here to save the culture.
BJP state observer Kailash Vijayvargiya said that it is a very noble work and we are with this organisation. The opening ceremony will held at Rabindra Nath tagore center at 4 pm.
Reported By- Suman Batobal
Edited By- Piku Mukherjee (Argha)