Union Home Minister Amit Shah is coming on a two-day visit to Seemanchal on 23 September. In the course of his visit, Shah will address a public sentiment rally in Purnia, while he will participate in two separate meetings in Kishanganj. After the break-up of the alliance with JDU, many meanings are being drawn in the political circles regarding this first visit of Amit Shah. It is believed that Amit Shah will not only launch Mission-2024 in Bihar via Seemanchal, but will also try to strengthen the party's ground.
BJP has set a target of 35 seats
In the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, the BJP and JDU together won 39 out of 40 seats in Bihar. In this, JDU got 16 seats. Now in the new circumstances, without Nitish Kumar, the BJP has set a target of 35 seats. In such a situation, this visit of Amit Shah is being considered as the first and important link of this campaign to complete Mission-35. In fact, due to the RJD's M-Y equation in the Muslim-dominated Seemanchal region, this area is considered a stronghold of the Grand Alliance.
56 feet wide and 28 feet long platform
A 56 feet wide and 28 feet long stage is being built for the leaders to sit in the Indira Gandhi Stadium. On the other hand, two aluminum sheds are being built for the common people, one of which is 100 meters in length and 40 meters in width and the other shed is 60 meters in length and 20 meters in width. There will be 25 thousand chairs here.
Mahagathbandhan heavy in terms of equation
In terms of equation, the grand alliance is still heavy. There are four Lok Sabha seats in Purnia division. Purnia, Katihar, Kishanganj and Araria. In the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, the NDA got three out of four seats. These include Araria seat to BJP and Purnia and Katihar seat to JDU. The seat of Kishanganj went to the account of Congress.
JDU distanced itself from BJP
Now that JD(U) has distanced itself from the BJP, the BJP wants to set such a chessboard of politics on the pretext of Seemanchal, so that instead of caste mobilization, there should be such polarization of Hindus, whose echo is heard throughout Bihar-Bengal. BJP State Treasurer cum Legislative Councilor Dr. Dilip Kumar Jaiswal also believes that before 2014, BJP was in possession of Purnia, Katihar, Araria, Khagaria and Banka.