The BJP has clashed with the Trinamool Congress over campaigning ahead of the assembly polls. When the Trinamool party started a new programme called''Duare Sarkar'' to reach out to people, the BJP also started a programme named ''Aar Noy Anyay''.

The BJP had earlier alleged that the state government had failed to deal with disasters including COVID and Amphan. Therefore, the BJP came out in the streets to protest against the ruling party before the assembly polls. 

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The BJP held bike rallies at various places in North 24 Parganas on Wednesday (December 2) afternoon, alleging corruption against the state government. 

BJP held a bike procession in Habra, Gobordanga area of North 24 Parganas. The procession was attended by Barasat organizing district president Shankar Chattopadhyay and BJP leader Ritesh Tiwari. The bike rally on behalf of Barasat Organized Youth Front started at Chongda junction of Habra assembly constituency at around 1 pm. Before the procession started, the BJP leaders flew some white pigeons in the sky.

BJP state president Dilip Ghosh on Wednesday (December 2) said, “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.”