JP Nadda will visit the eastern Burdwan district of West Bengal on Saturday (file photo)
West Bengal Assembly Elections 2021: Bharatiya Janata Party workers will go to farmers’ houses in 48,000 villages of the state and collect rice and tell them about the new agricultural laws.
Sources associated with the saffron camp said that the BJP leaders would hold a rally in Katwa and a roadshow in Vardhaman city on one day tour, which would be followed by a press conference. Nadda will launch a “fist rice” project to weaken the “anti-farmer” allegations of the opposition camp against the BJP-led central government, under which he will collect rice from farmers’ homes and give them benefits of the new law I will tell you
BJP workers will visit 48 thousand farmers’ homesThe 294-member West Bengal assembly elections are likely to be held in April-May this year.
Party sources said, “After our party president started the campaign, our workers would go to farmers’ houses in 48,000 villages of the state and collect rice and tell them about the new agricultural laws.” Nadda ji will address rallies in his journey, will have lunch at a farmer’s residence and will hold a gram sabha meeting.
Let us tell you that in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, the BJP gave a stunning performance, winning 18 out of 42 Lok Sabha seats in Bengal, which surprised everyone.
Who got how many seats in the 2016 assembly elections?
In the 2016 assembly elections, TMC got 211 seats, Left 33, Congress 44 and BJP got only 3 seats. BJP also performed well in the Lok Sabha elections in vote share. While TMC secured 43.3 percent vote share, BJP got 40.3 percent votes. BJP got a total of 2 crore 30 lakh 28 thousand 343 votes while TMC got 2 crore 47 lakh 56 thousand 985 votes.