All the parties are preparing for Zoro before the voting for the final phase of West Bengal assembly elections, in view of this, Bharatiya Janata Party President (BJP) JP Nadda will hold three roadshows Bengal and Home Minister Amit Shah Will also rally in Bengal.
PM Modi had made this charge
Explain that Union Home Minister Amit Shah, who once made headlines for the anti-land acquisition movement, held a roadshow on Wednesday in Singur and promised the people of the area that industries will be set up here when the BJP comes to power.
Shah’s massive roadshow three days after Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s rally indicates that the BJP wants to surround Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on the state’s industrial situation and alleged unemployment issues. Modi had alleged in his rally that the obstructive thinking of Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has left West Bengal with industries and employment.
Singur will be developed after the BJP government forms- Shah
Amid the crowd applause and sloganeering, Shah came out on the streets of Singur standing on a vehicle adorned with flowers. He was accompanied by BJP candidate from Singur Rabindranath Bhattacharya, who recently left the Trinamool Congress and joined the BJP. Shah smiled and greeted the people standing on the side of the roads and on the roofs. Talking to reporters during the road show itself, Shah said that Singur will be developed after the formation of the next government of BJP in the state which has been deprived of industries since the 2006 movement.
Promised to set up the industry when it comes to power
He said, “We will develop the area by setting up industries and in our resolution letter, an investment of 500 crores has been announced for potato for which this area is known.” Shah said that after winning the election, the BJP government would set up small, medium and large industries in Singur on the national highway connecting Kolkata and New Delhi. He said, ‘We will do politics of development, dialogue and cooperation rather than confrontation.
BJP will win Bengal elections with more than 200 seats
Shah said he praised Mamata Banerjee, the Trinamool Congress president, for taking the names of Hindu deities and for reciting Chandi, but she was too late. He said, “BJP will win West Bengal elections with more than 200 seats.” The state has 294 assembly seats. Prime Minister Narendra Modi and other BJP leaders often accuse Banerjee of minority appeasement. She is leaving no stone unturned in revealing her Hindu identity in this election.