BJP Shifts Focus To West Bengal After Bihar Elections Victory
During his Bihar victory speech yesterday, PM Modi made a veiled attack at the Mamata Banerjee government accusing the TMC of killing BJP workers
After its thunderous victory in the Bihar legislative assembly polls, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has its eyes set on the West Bengal 2021 elections. During his Bihar victory speech at the party headquarters in Delhi yesterday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi attacked the Mamata Banerjee government in Bengal. Without taking any names, the PM said that those who can’t follow democratic methods have resorted to killing innocent BJP workers.
During the 2019 general elections, the central ruling party had made a dent in the political landscape of the Trinamool Congress (TMC) ruled West Bengal by securing just four seats lesser than the Mamata government. The saffron party is leaving no stone unturned as it aims to take over the reins from TMC in the upcoming elections.
BJP President JP Nadda and Union Home Minister Amit Shah made recent trips to the region to review the party’s strategy and operational preparedness for the polls. Shah networked with the local tribal communities of the state during his visit last week. The ethnic communities form an important part of the vote-share in the state.
While addressing the crowd yesterday, Modi also dissed dynasty politics as the worst phenomenon for democracy, adding that unity, trust and progress are the key to a successful administration.
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