On the one hand, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has kept the weapon for public relations on the occasion of Durgapuja before the assembly elections due in Bengal next year, on the other hand, BJP also does not want to be left behind. That is why the Bengal BJP unit has completed preparations to field Prime Minister Narendra Modi. On Thursday, on the occasion of the Mahashthi, PM Modi will give a special greeting to the people of Bengal through digital address, which will create an atmosphere for this year's Durga Puja.
Actually, a 5-day Durga Puja festival starts in Bengal from the Mahashthi itself. From 12 noon on Thursday, PM will give message under the program 'Pujor Shubhechha' (Happy Worship). Earlier, the Prime Minister will first inaugurate the Durga Puja being organized for the first time at the Eastern Regional Cultural Center (EZCC) in Saltlake, Kolkata on behalf of the State BJP Mahila Morcha. After this, the Prime Minister's address will start, which will also be broadcast live in 10 other puja pandals of the state.
Here, the state BJP has also made extensive preparations in all 294 assembly constituencies of the state for live telecast of PM's address. Follow and watch this program. The party has prepared extensively for this. Sources said that under this program of the Prime Minister, a cultural program will also be organized in EZCC.
The event, to be held from 10 am, will feature BCCI President Saurabh Ganguly's wife and Odissi dancer Donna Ganguly and her team to showcase their art at the inauguration ceremony. During this, Babul Supriyo, the Union Minister and MP from Asansol in Bengal will also perform the song. Senior Bengal BJP leaders will be present at the event. The state BJP has arranged for the live telecast of this program.
Mukul and Kailash reviewed the preparations
Here, BJP National Vice President Mukul Rai and National General Secretary and in-charge of Bengal Kailash Vijayvargiya visited EZCC on Wednesday where the program is being organized. He reviewed the preparations here. During this, Mukul Rai told reporters that the preparations for the program have been completed and the PM's address on Thursday will be historic.
BJP and Trinamool do not want to leave any stone unturned to woo voters
Assembly elections are due in Bengal next year. In this situation, the ruling Trinamool Congress and the opposition BJP do not want to leave any stone unturned to woo voters to strengthen their vote bank. The BJP has emerged as a strong opponent in the state against the Trinamool Congress. The BJP is confident that it will end Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee's 10-year rule in the next election. In the last Lok Sabha election, BJP had won 18 seats in the state while the Trinamool Congress won 22 seats.