- With the formation of BJP-JDU government in Bihar, BJP’s full focus on West Bengal
- Assembly elections in West Bengal next year, this time BJP hopes a lot from Bengal
- In the Lok Sabha elections, BJP won 18 seats in West Bengal, which was a big blow to the Trinamool Congress.
With the formation of BJP-JDU government in Bihar, the entire focus of BJP has become on West Bengal. There are elections to the West Bengal Legislative Assembly next year and this time the BJP has high hopes from Bengal. In the Lok Sabha elections, BJP won 18 seats in West Bengal which was a major setback for the Trinamool Congress. BJP is now in the fray with a slogan of 200 plus in Bengal. For this, from the aggressive appearance to the amended citizenship law to be implemented soon.
Formed core team, divided into five zones
The BJP has formed the core team for Bengal. It has 11 people. Most of the central leaders are in this core team. This core team has been formed keeping all the equations in mind. This core team will prepare a basic list of candidates by knowing the mood and equation of each assembly constituency. There is a readiness to step on every seat, so that there is no weak candidate on any seat.
These are included in the core team
The core team comprises party general secretaries Kailash Vijayvargiya and Dushyant Gautam from the central team, party secretaries – Sunil Deodhar, Vinod Sonkar, Harish Dwivedi, Vinod Tawde, and Arvind Menon, head of IT and social media cell Amit Malviya. There are 294 assembly constituencies in West Bengal. The BJP has divided these zones into five zones. The party’s national secretary, who is in the core team, will be responsible for each zone. Many zones have also held in-charge meetings.
So that there is no factionalism
In West Bengal, many BJP leaders have come from the Trinamool Congress. There is also factionalism within the party. It has also surfaced on several occasions. The BJP does not want to take the risk of loss due to factionalism in West Bengal, so the plan is also ready to rein in factionalism from the central leadership. All leaders have been given strict instructions to desist from factionalism.
Amit Shah and JP Nadda will visit West Bengal every month
At the same time, the central leadership is not only keeping a close watch on every major decision but everything is being done with its consent. The party’s national president JP Nadda and former president Amit Shah himself are taking full command. It is believed that Amit Shah and BJP president JP Nadda will visit West Bengal every month. This will not only help in making strategy and implementing it, but will also send a message to the voters as well as the supporters.
The BJP has adopted an aggressive campaigning strategy in West Bengal. Party leaders are creating such an atmosphere through statements that the message is being sent that they are fully prepared to fight. Political violence is not new in West Bengal. According to experts, the BJP with its aggressive attitude wants to send a message to its supporters that they should not be afraid.
BJP gave this slogan
The BJP has given the slogan ‘AE Bar Bangla, Parle Samala’, which means, ‘Now it’s Bengal’s turn, stop it if you can’. This slogan also shows the aggressive attitude of BJP. According to Bengal BJP President Dilip Ghosh, the BJP has registered a strong presence in 83 percent polling stations in the state. There are a total of 78 thousand polling stations in the state out of which BJP representatives are present in 65 thousand polling stations.
Modi face, focus on central schemes
BJP can also contest West Bengal elections by keeping the face of PM Narendra Modi. The Bihar election results have further confirmed that Modi’s popularity remains intact and voters vote in his name. The BJP has been a constant attacker on West Bengal’s Mamta government. People are constantly being told how the Mamata government did not let the benefits of the Central schemes reach the people of West Bengal. The BJP will mention the plans of the Center in the election campaign.