Amit Shah to address six public rallies in Bengal today?
- Arjun Thakur
- 9 February 2023
Today, Indian Home Minister Amit Shah is set to address six public rallies in West Bengal, India as part of his campaign to support the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) ahead of the upcoming state assembly elections.
The rallies, which are scheduled to take place in the districts of Hooghly, East Burdwan, Nadia, South 24 Parganas, East Midnapur and Jhargram, are expected to be attended by thousands of people. During his visit, the Home Minister is expected to speak on a range of issues, including the need for development in the region and the importance of BJP-led policies.
Shah is also likely to emphasise the importance of combating illegal immigration in West Bengal, an issue that has been a major point of contention between the ruling Trinamool Congress (TMC) and the BJP in the state. He is expected to reiterate the BJP's commitment to cracking down on illegal immigration and urge voters to support the party in the upcoming state assembly elections.
The Home Minister's visit to West Bengal is seen as a major boost for the BJP in the region, as the party is hoping to make significant gains in the upcoming elections. Shah's rallies today are expected to be a major draw for the people of the region and will likely help to galvanise support for the BJP in the lead up to the elections.