West Bengal Assembly Elections will start from Saturday, March 27, as 30 Assembly Constituencies go to ballot within the first of the eight-phase of polling. Electioneering or ballot campaigning for the primary section got here to a halt on Thursday at 5 PM as political events have made their all-out effort to sway voters consideration for the 294-seat Bengal Assembly. It is a no brainer that, Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) and Trinamool Congress (TMC) are the primary rivals for the 2021 state meeting in West Bengal.
While TMC is led by Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, BJP is preventing tooth-and-nail below the central management of Union Home Minister Amit Shah adopted by Kailash Vijayvargiya, Dilip Ghosh and others.
To perceive the bottom scenario and BJP’s technique ABP News spoke to Amit Shah forward of the primary section of the West Bengal Assembly Election 2021.
‘Faceless In Many States’
It is usually questioned that BJP has not projected a Chief Ministerial face for the West Bengal Assembly Elections, so what’s their technique in a state the place cult figures are revered. Amit Shah talking to ABP News elaborated that BJP has fought a number of state meeting elections “without projecting any face” and has been profitable.
“We came to power in UP and Jharkhand, without projecting any face. We have remained faceless while contesting elections in many states,” Amit Shah mentioned speaking to ABP News.
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On a possible candidate, senior BJP chief Amit Shah mentioned for the subsequent West Bengal Assembly Elections BJP could have a “Bhumiputra of Bengal”.
“A strong face will emerge after this assembly election and that person will be the Bhumiputra of Bengal. We will fight the next assembly election under that person’s name,” Home Minister added.
Voters Will Decide Suvendu Adhikari’s Fate
On Suvendu Adhikari, who give up the ruling TMC and as a Cabinet Minister to affix BJP forward of West Bengal Assembly Elections, Amit Shah mentioned the voters will determine his destiny.
Amit Shah advised ABP News: “If a leader changes party before the election, he can change because he has to ask the mandate for the upcoming next five years. Regarding Suvendu, the public will decide that where he is now in the right place for him or where he was before was his rightful place.”
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“We will not be altering the ideology, somewhat those that are coming to the social gathering are following our ideology,” Union Home Minister additional added on TMC turncoat Suvendu, who’s pitted from Nandigram Assembly seat battling incumbent Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee.