Focus on all Lok Sabha situates in 2019: Amit Shah

Updated:  Jun 27, 2018, 10:10 AM

Lok Sabha Elections 2019 BJP

BJP President Amit Shah on June 27 asked the party's West Bengal initiative to take a stab at triumph in 100 per cent Lok Sabha situates in the state in the coming 2019 general election, a state BJP leader said.

Shah, on a multi day voyage through the state, has additionally asked the state leaders not to bargain with Bengal's decision Trinamool Congress on any front.

"Shah has approached us to battle for triumph in each of the 42 Lok Sabha situates here. He approached us to target huge for the 2019 decisions, so we think of a decent outcome.

"He additionally said the party authority here should take the battle to Trinamool Congress," said a senior state BJP leader exhibit at the party's decision administration group meeting.

State BJP boss Dilip Ghosh, BJP MP and Union Minister Babul Supriyo, party's national secretary Rahul Sinha, state ladies wing President Locket Chatterjee were among those present at the meeting.

The saffron equip had already set an objective of 22 Lok Sabha seats from Bengal for one year from now's broad race.

Shah, who landed in the city on Wednesday evening, is booked to hold meetings with Bengal BJP's race advisory group, web-based social networking cell and center panel and would likewise address a segment of the state's erudite people amid the day.

"Shah's visit to Bengal has set off a seismic tremor in the Trinamool Congress. They are endeavouring to hold an open meeting in Purulia region inside three long stretches of Shah's visit there.

"They are in such an awful shape right now that their activists pulled down a considerable lot of our hoardings inviting Amit Shahji in the Kolkata air terminal territory. Such exercises by TMC demonstrate that BJP President's visit is influencing them to shudder," BJP National Secretary Rahul Sinha told correspondents here.

"We are certain that Shah's visit and exercises here would immensely profit the party," he included.

 



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