Union Home Minister Amit Shah is set to visit West Bengal for a two-day trip starting on April 14. The primary focus of the visit is to strengthen the Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) organisational machinery ahead of the rural polls in the state next month.
During his visit, Shah will hold a public meeting in Birbhum and inaugurate the district party office in Suri. He will also meet with state party leaders to take stock of the organisational situation. On April 15, which is Bengali New Year’s Day, the Home Minister will visit Dakshineswar Temple and offer puja before returning to New Delhi.
This visit is part of the BJP’s ‘Pravas’ campaign, which aims to strengthen its organisation in 144 Lok Sabha seats across the country that it had lost by narrow margins in the 2019 general elections. The BJP won 18 out of the total 42 Lok Sabha seats in West Bengal in the 2019 elections.
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