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6 Feb 2021

PM modi's rally will end BJP's Parivartan Rath yatra in west bengal

 




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In West Bengal, the BJP is putting all its efforts to get the Trinamool Congress out of power. BJP is going to take out Parivartan Rath Yatra in the state before assembly elections. The Rath Yatra is set to begin today, BJP President JP Nadda will start this Parivartan rally. The party plans to conclude the fifth and final Rath Yatra differently. The BJP plans that the last Rath Yatra will be met at a rally in Kolkata. It is expected that PM Modi will address that rally.


Let us tell that to win the war against TMC, BJP has planned to take out five Rath Yatra. In this rath yatra, the party will try to cover every assembly in the state.



State leaders have said that the rally, which is scheduled to leave from Sagar Island on February 12, will be launched by Union Home Minister Amit Shah and it will reach Kolkata by March. The BJP has planned to conclude the Rath Yatra at the hands of PM Modi.


The BJP leader said, "The Rath Yatra program will reach its peak when the fifth and final yatra that Shah will launch will be attended by a public rally at the Brigade Parade ground in Kolkata. It is expected that PM Modi will address the rally . "


The fifth and final Rath Yatra will pass through two prestigious constituencies - Diamond Harbor and South Kolkata. The constituency of former TMC MP Abhishek Banerjee, who is also the nephew of Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, is the home district of the South Kolkata Chief Minister. Mamta Banerjee is an MLA from Bhawanipur constituency in South Kolkata.


Another BJP leader said, "We are planning to take the rally via Diamond Cirque in Diamond Harbor, the place where the convoy of BJP National President JP Nadda was attacked on December 10, 2020. Will also pass through various places in North Kolkata. "


The TMC, however, is not giving much importance to the five Rath Yatra organized by the BJP.


TMC MP Saugata Roy said, “This is their own party program and they can do whatever they want after getting the permission of the police. But it will not benefit them and they will lose the election. They will not reach three points in the election.


There is less than two months left for elections in West Bengal. The BJP gained its resounding lead in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections in which it won 18 out of 42 seats, now eyeing over 200 seats in the 294-seat West Bengal Assembly.

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