by NEWSNER , 2021-03-12 15:04:19
Prime Minister Narendra Modi and residential Minister Amit Shah are going to be holding a huge election campaign within the poll-bound states of Assam, West Bengal and Kerala starting next week till the top of the month.
According to sources, the Prime Minister will hold election rallies in West Bengal’s Purulia on March 18, Contai on March 20, and Bakura on March 21.
Shah, on the opposite hand, will visit Bengal and Assam on March 14 and 15. then, he will hold election rallies on St Patrick's Day, 21 and 23 in Assam while in West Bengal, he will hold election rallies on Saint Joseph, 26 and 27. In between, on March 24 and 25, he will visit Kerala and hold elections rallies there.
In one of the foremost important parts of his visit, Shah will meet relations of 122 party workers of West Bengal who were killed during his tenure as BJP president.
According to sources, without a chief ministerial face within the state, the BJP is essentially hooked into the Prime Minister, Home Minister and party president JP Nadda for votes. Sources also claim that the PM’s presence in rallies helps improve the party’s performance.
BJP leaders argue that in the Bihar assembly elections held last year, Prime Minister Modi addressed 12 rallies during which he covered quite 100 assembly constituencies which helped the party in a big way.
In Karnataka, he held quite 20 rallies. In Uttar Pradesh, the Prime Minister addressed quite 20 rallies, in 110 constituencies.
So in West Bengal, the PM will hold quite 20 rallies and in Assam, he will hold a complete of six rallies. As per sources, the number of rallies addressed by the Prime Minister may increase counting on the demand and therefore the ground situation.
In West Bengal, the BJP will battle the elections with the Trinamool Congress, led by Mamta Banerjee.
In Assam, a chief ministerial candidate has not yet been projected and therefore the presence of the Prime Minister and the Home Minister is crucial for the BJP.