TMC To Show Black Flags To Modi On His State Tour


Kolkata: Both the TMC and BJP are adamant in winning over the Matua votes. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to hold a rally at North 24 Parganas’ Thakurnagar on February 2.

According to sources, the TMC has planned to show him black flags and on February 1, they will conduct a big rally at the same place.

Food Minister Jyotipriya Mullick is seeing so that the BJP cannot takeover the Matua vote bank.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will hold a ‘public’ rally on February 2 and February 8 in the state. This meeting will be held in Thakurnagar of Bangaon on 2 February and in Durgapur or Asansol in West Burdwan. The meeting will be held on February 8 in Siliguri.

In the meeting at the Collegiate ground in Midnapore, about 20 to 15 people were injured after camp collapsed. The Prime Minister himself went to the hospital to see the injured persons. Then there was a storm of controversy over the issues related to the pandal and the decorator.

Chief Minister Mamata Bandyopadhyay told after a few days that who can not fix a pandal, how they will run the country again! But later, the BJP leaders in charge of conducting the private meeting of the Prime Minister were also questioned.

But this time, on February 2 and 8, Modi’s government meeting will be held. The state BJP got the assurance that Prime Minister’s meeting will held. The date of the meeting announced by the press conference on Tuesday. But according to the meeting plan, the state BJP leadership is already sitting on discussion table to handle it properly.