As BJP ramps up its attack against the ruling Trinamool Congress (TMC) government in West Bengal, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has decided to organise 600 back-to-back rallies across the state from November 22.
In an effort to defeat the strategy of the BJP in the upcoming West Bengal Assembly Elections, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has planned 600 back-to-back rallies across the state from November 22.
Under the banner of ‘Save Bengal from the BJP’, the motive clearly is to retaliate against the BJP ahead of the 2021 assembly polls.
The 600 rallies will cover all the 294 assembly seats and following it, there will be leaflet distribution, public meetings, and community radio campaigning to highlight TMC’s achievements in multiple languages.
Furthermore, the rallies will be held in multiple languages including Nepali, Santhali (in Ol Chiki script), Telugu, Bengali, English, Hindi, Rajbonshi to reach out to various sections of society.
One million people have marked themselves safe from BJP's autocracy & failed governance! From demonetisation to the migrant crisis, @BJP4India has destroyed the country in countless ways. Visit https://t.co/ACYxozPZos today & protect our West Bengal!#1MillionMarkedSafeFromBJP— Rajib Banerjee (@RajibBaitc) November 18, 2020
The TMC will start the rallies through the ‘Save Bengal from the BJP’ in West Midnapore, Purulia, Jhargram and Bankura.
Meanwhile, the BJP is also not looking to fall short and has therefore made major plans with Union Home Minister Amit Shah and party national president J P Nadda visiting the state every month till the end of assembly elections.
State BJP president Dilip Ghosh revealed that both senior BJP leaders will visit the state separately every month to review the party's work and organisation ahead of the polls.
Last Updated 19, Nov 2020, 5:45 PM