Shah's mission Bengal, target of 200 seats given to BJP workers

Kolkata: Union Home Minister Amit Shah has given the Bengal Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) a target of winning 200 MLAs in the 2021 assembly elections. Along with this, the leaders of Bengal BJP were instructed to raise more local issues and take the schemes of the Central Government to the people of the state.

Amit Shah arrives at Bankura on Thursday for the first time during the Corona epidemic. In Bankura, Amit Shah first garlanded the statue of Birsa Munda and then ate lunch at the Adivasi family house. Prior to this, Shah also held a meeting with BJP leaders and workers at Ravindra Bhavan. BJP's national general secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya, state BJP unit president Dilip Ghosh, national vice president Mukul Roy and the party's South Bengal MP were also present during the meeting.

Senior BJP leader told that during the meeting, Shah said that public anger is clearly visible in the public towards Mamta's government. People are ready to change the Mamta government. We have to work among the people and raise their issues. At the same time, the senior leader of the Bengal BJP said that the Home Minister called upon the BJP workers to reach out to the public on the local issue, so no one can stop the BJP from getting 200 seats in the assembly elections.

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