BJP's mission West Bengal: The race for power is difficult, but if the right steps are taken, then the destination is possible

Assembly elections are due in West Bengal in May next year.

17th October, 2020

As much as the BJP trusts itself about the mission in West Bengal, it is becoming more so on Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee. In the past years, some due to Mamata's system of governance, some due to her attitude and some due to the friendship formed in Congress and Left parties against Mamata. Within the BJP, there is a growing confidence that the race for power in Bengal is difficult, but if the right steps are taken, the destination is possible even before time.

Assembly elections will be held in West Bengal in May next year

Assembly elections are due in West Bengal in May next year. The bajis are starting to decorate now. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to address BJP workers there on the occasion of Durga Puja. Before that BJP President JP Nadda is going to Kolkata. In the last few years, the Trinamool Congress, which is seeing many of its leaders going into the BJP's court, is busy trying to get the BJP leaders right for discussion. The Congress and the Left parties, which came in number three and four in the last election, are busy re-organizing. And no one is in a position to deny that this election can go beyond estimation.

Mamta is difficult to portray

Even before the big win in the Lok Sabha elections in 2019, the BJP itself was skeptical that it is very difficult to portray Mamta, who is demolishing the Red Fort of the Left in West Bengal, but the strategy of making Mamata's weaknesses a strength worked. . In the first phase, it was repeatedly clarified that the policies of the Mamta government focused exclusively on the AK community. Initially, the fierce Mamta later joined the daub, but could not gather confidence. Even after that, the way Mamata continued to stop the central schemes, the general public did not like it.

Eyes on BJP's love

More than that, Mamta's attitude created such an atmosphere that in Bengal, once unknown to the BJP, Mamata is now eyeing. This includes both Mamata's supporters and Mamata's opponents. There is a large number of people who are getting bored with their politics. The whole strategy of the BJP is to make it more visible. It showed its advantage in the Lok Sabha elections when the BJP also won in the Left stronghold in the name of opposing Mamata. In the coming years, rallies, narrows will also be kept focused on Mamta so as to weaken the impact of the possible alliance of Congress and Left parties.

Category: India: West Bengal


Reported by:
Pankaj Prasad