UP CM Yogi Adityanath To Visit Bengal In February


Kolkata: Ahead of Lok Sabha election 2019, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath will come to West Bengal. State BJP has clamied that for the first time the UP CM will visit bengal on a political purpose.

Few days before, the CM has been announced as the ‘Best CM’ in India by a private organisation. For past few days, he is carrying the spotlight with him for his cow- protection consciousness and organising Kumbh in his State.

Yogi will address rallies on February 3 and 5. He will address the fist rally on February 3 in Bankura and a chance to hold a talk in Purulia. On February 5, he will go to Balurghat and Raiganj. Bengal BJP people and supporters are happy after receiving such news and flattering the moment. He was scheduled to visit Bengal on ‘Save Democracy Rally’ or ‘Rath Yatra’. But the back to back obstacles have dismissed all the plans gradually.

After so many political and legal interventions, Bengal BJP still dreaming of seeing a good start. A supporter of BJp at State BJP headquarter said that “Yogi will change the name of TMC as cow only eats the grasses.”

Bengal BJP does not want to lose a single chance. After Amit Shah meeting people are feeling rejuvenated as per State BJP leaders. Yogi’s visit will continue it and involve more people will be influencing for Lok Sabha 2019.