BJP state president Dilip Ghosh on Wednesday (December 2) said that the BJP will launch a campaign to highlight alleged misdeeds of the Trinamool Congress dispensation in response to the Mamata Banerjee government’s ''Duare Sarkar'' programme.

Ghosh said the BJP will reach out to more than one crore households across West Bengal with leaflets on alleged failures and misdeeds of the TMC government.

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"We are starting a programme named ''Aar Noy Anyay'' (no more injustice) and will go to the people’s doors over the unfair treatment they have suffered under the Trinamool Congress dispensation," Ghosh said.

This will be the second phase of the programme, he said, adding that in the first phase the BJP workers had gone to one crore households in June-July with Prime Minister Narendra Modi''s letter to them, highlighting the achievements of the BJP-led central government.

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Claiming that central welfare funds have not reached the people, he said the campaign will commence on December 5 across the state.