Sisir, the father of a Swat officer who recently joined the BJP and a Trinamool Congress MP, spoke to Home Minister Amit Shah to save West Bengal from a violent frenzy.
Elections to the 294 Assembly constituencies in West Bengal are being held in 8 phases. The first round of elections will be held on April 27 and the second round will be held on April 1. The vote count takes place on May 2nd.
In West Bengal, the BJP won only 3 seats in the 2016 assembly elections. But it won 18 of the 42 seats in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections. Based on this, the BJP is working hard to overthrow the Trinamool regime in West Bengal.
Among them was a cabinet minister in the Trinamool Congress government Independent Officer Joining the BJP, Mamata Banerjee is contesting from Nandigram constituency in the Assembly elections. His father, Caesar Adhikari, is a Trinamool Congress MP. It has been reported that he may also join the BJP.
In this case the Union Home Minister in Igara, West Bengal Amit Shah He attended a BJP public meeting and rallied support for the party. Caesar’s officer spoke at the meeting. He said:
Save West Bengal from violent mania. We are with you. The situation in the state is very bad. Law and order has been disrupted.
Mamata Banerjee has lost the moral right to rule. Only BJP can save West Bengal.
Thus he spoke.