Kolkata: BJP in West Bengal today said it would concentrate on West Bengal after the Bihar election and detailed campaign plan for next year’s Assembly polls would be chalked out in consultation with the central leadership.
BJP chief Amit Shah will address a meeting here on November 30, party’s Bengal unit president Rahul Sinha said. “The November 30 meeting which will be addressed by party president Amit Shah is very important for us. He will also address meeting in the districts also,” Sinha said.
“Prime Minister Narendra Modi will also address several meetings before next year’s Assembly elections in the state. After the Bihar election, we will give a final shape to our plan for campaign in consultation with the party’s central leadership,” he said.
Referring to Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee’s recent appeal to people in Bihar “to vote to re-elect Nitish Kumar as CM for the greater need of our country and development in the state,” Sinha said that she was afraid of the BJP’s win in Bihar as it would directly impact the next year’s election in West Bengal.