New Delhi: Union Home Minister and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) veteran Amit Shah will visit Bengal at regular intervals before the 2021 assembly elections in West Bengal. According to sources, Shah will visit West Bengal for one week per month from February. In this regard, Shah told in an internal meeting with state leaders during his recent visit.
Veteran party leaders in the BJP said that there are two dates for their next visit, which are being finalized by Shah's office. While there is a possibility of visiting his kingdom on 12 January, this day is the birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda, the second date under consideration is 23 January, this day is the birth anniversary of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose. When asked about Shah's next visit to a senior state leader, he said, "There is a possibility after 20 January". A senior party leader said that the pressure on the state government will increase due to Shah's visit and his presence.
The senior BJP MP in West Bengal said, 'He told us that from February onwards he will spend about a week in the state till the assembly elections. His presence gives a boost to party cadres who have been facing harassment by the state government for some time. '