The central leadership has already sent 5 non-Bengali leaders to win the election battle in West Bengal. In December, BJP National President JP Nadda will visit the state to review the preparedness of the Bengal unit of the party. 

However, Union Home Minister Amit Shah is going to come to West Bengal after Nadda’s visit. According to sources, Prime Minister Narendra Modi may come to Bengal after Shah's visit. 

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According to sources, the BJP has been staging protests throughout December. 5 central leaders are touring the districts. Work has started to unite the leaders and workers of the block to run party programs all over the state. Five central leaders are holding meetings with the local leadership. 

The local leadership will give a report to the top leadership in Delhi. Accordingly, the central leadership of the BJP will come up with a plan to win the election.

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The BJP is planning hard to win the polls in Bengal. Sunil Deodhar has become the All India Secretary of the BJP. However, Chhattisgarh Observer Dushmanta has played a major role in the success of the BJP in Madhya Pradesh. Vinod Tawde is a former education minister of Maharashtra and now the all-India secretary of the BJP. 

Meanwhile, Harish Dwivedi has won the Lok Sabha elections from Uttar Pradesh twice in 2014 and 2019 in a row and is currently the All India Secretary of Uttar Pradesh. Vinod Sonkar has won the Lok Sabha elections twice in a row in 2018 and 2019. He has been appointed as an observer in Tripura. With these 5 leaders, the BJP is all set to win the upcoming assembly polls.