BJP National general secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya said on Tuesday (November 24) that BJP national president J P Nadda will visit West Bengal on December 8-9 to review the preparedness of Bengal unit of the party.

BJP state president Dilip Ghosh had last week said that Union Home Minister Amit Shah and Nadda will visit the state every month till the end of the West Bengal assembly elections next year.

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Nadda had paid a day-long visit to north Bengal last month, while Shah was in the state for two days earlier this month.

Speaking at a programme, Vijayvargia said the BJP will form government in West Bengal and ensure that people get every benefit offered by the Narendra Modi government.

BJP's central leadership has started holding the reign and micro-managing the affairs of BJP's poll strategies, much ahead of the assembly polls, with various central level leaders given charge of various regions in Bengal.

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The central leaders in-charge of these zones will work in close coordination with the state leaders.

After having a limited presence in the politically polarised state for decades, the BJP has emerged as the main rival of the ruling Trinamool Congress by winning 18 of the 42 Lok Sabha seats in West Bengal in the 2019 general elections.