Amit Shah’s Digital Rally For West Bengal Today, Will Launch Campaign Against Mamata Government
New Delhi : Union Home Minister Amit Shah may raise the issue of alleged mismanagement and migrant labor crisis of the Trinamool Congress government in dealing with the coronavirus epidemic during its digital rally to West Bengal today. BJP sources said that although the address is part of the BJP’s self-dependent India campaign, Shah’s speech is likely to include issues such as mismanagement of the Coronavirus epidemic by the Trinamool Congress government, migrant labor crisis and politics of violence.
A senior state BJP leader said, “Amit Shah will definitely speak about the achievements of the central government in dealing with COVID-19. But at the same time there is a possibility that he will mention the issues of political violence, the failure of the state government to deal with the epidemic, the migrant labor crisis and the post-cyclone Amphan situation.”
“Millions of people, including our party workers, are eagerly waiting for his speech,” he said. The BJP, which had recently issued a nine-page charge sheet against Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee’s nine-year rule, recently posted on social media “Aar Noi Mamata (No More Mamata’s Rule) campaign.
Assembly elections are due in the state next year (2021), but the BJP has already started preparing for it. Amit Shah will interact with BJP workers and common people at 11 am on different media platforms. All big leaders of Bengal BJP will participate in this rally.