Amit Shah to embark on 3-day visit to West Bengal starting May 4

New Delhi: In a bid to strengthen the BJP's position in the state,  Union Home Minister Amit Shah will embark on West Bengal on May 4.

During this three-day visit, Shah will attend party-related events in West Bengal on May 4, 5, and 6. He will also participate in a BSF programme there. Shah's visit is significant because West Bengal BJP units require good instruction on the party's operating style.
Soumitra Khan, Dilip Ghosh, and Anupam Hazra, vice presidents of the West Bengal BJP, have already appealed to the Central Government to seek orders to strengthen the West Bengal BJP unit.

"Shah will hold a meeting with party workers and senior party leaders in Kolkata on May 4 in which he will give directions to strengthen the party's organisational structure in the state and know about the current status of West Bengal BJP unit," West Bengal Vice President Soumitra Khan said.

"During the meeting, Shah will seek comments from the workers. Shah will attend the BSF's 'Tin Bigha Corridor' programme in addition to meeting with workers in Siliguri on April 4 and Kolkata on April 5. Apart from that, the party's North and South Bengal units would hold significant meetings with Amit Shah in both locations "he stated.

This would be Shah's first visit to the state after the results of the West Bengal assembly elections in 2021 were announced.

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