Amit Shah reached Bengal to conquered Mamta’s fort, Mission started from Ramakrishna Ashram

New Delhi: There is turmoil in the politics of West Bengal. On the one hand, MLAs of the ruling party Trinamool Congress are leaving the party the day they arrive. On the other hand, Mamta is powering to form the government again.

In this way, Home Minister Amit Shah has reached Kolkata on his two-day visit. He started Mission Bengal from Ramakrishna Ashram. Here, Shah paid homage to Ramakrishna Paramahamsa and Swami Vivekananda. He then went to the freedom fighter Khudiram Bose’s house and met his family members.

On reaching Kolkata, the Home Minister said that it was a privilege to apply Bengal soil on the forehead. He said that the contribution of Bengal and Bengalis in the freedom struggle cannot be forgotten. Khudiram Bose sacrificed his life at the age of 18. At that time, many youths considered Khudiram Bose as his ideal and started wearing the dhoti like him.

Amit Shah said that it is a mere coincidence that on this day Ram Prasad Bismil, Ashfaq Ulla Khan, Roshan Singh, and Rajendra Nath Lahiri were also hanged. He said that I want to tell the youth that there is no chance of dying for the country, but there is definitely a chance to live for the country. He said that following the principles of Khudiram Bose, we will work to take West Bengal forward.

Amit Shah said that Khudiram Bose was as much of Bengal as he was of India. As much as Bismil belonged to UP, he was also from India. Shah alleged that never before has seen the kind of politics seen in Bengal. He is also accompanied by party state presidents Dilip Ghosh and Kailash Vijayvargiya.

On this two-day visit, he will decide the party’s strategy and outline for the upcoming assembly elections in Bengal. In the election of West Bengal, BJP has kept its full thrust and it does not want to leave any stone unturned. So after the National President JP Nadda got corona infected, the election front of Bengal was taken over by the Home Minister Amit Shah himself.

The BJP has set a target of 200 out of 294 seats in the 2021 assembly elections. Shah and Nadda have announced this many times from the public stage. The BJP performed brilliantly in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections. Then 18 out of 42 seats in Bengal went to BJP’s account.