Amit Shah said this about political relations with Sourav Ganguly

New Delhi: Union Home Minister and BJP Chief Amit Shah has made a big statement on political relations with Sourav Ganguly, the upcoming president of BCCI. Shah, in an interview to a TV channel on the issue, clearly stated that there was no discussion on politics with Sourav Ganguly. He said that so far no decision has been taken on who should contest the elections in Bengal. But he claimed that the BJP was going to get two-thirds of the seats in the Bengal assembly elections.

For the last few days, such reports were coming in which many claims were made about Sourav Ganguly's meeting with Amit Shah. On the question related to meeting Sourav Ganguly, Mit Shah said that there was no discussion of politics with him. No such thing has happened yet. However, he did not open the cards about what will happen in the future. On whether there could be any talk with Sourav Ganguly in future, Shah said, 'Anything can happen next. Can't say anything about whether it will be discussed further.

There is no discussion yet. The Home Minister also made it clear that who will be the face of BJP in Bengal is not yet decided. It has not been decided yet. But the public has decided that Mamata Banerjee government should be removed. Let us tell you that the BJP is trying its best to form a government in Bengal. In the 2016 assembly elections, the party had tried hard but Mamata Banerjee emerged victorious.

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