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PM and Amit Shah to arrive in North Bengal once again on 10 and 11 April

By HindusthanSamachar | Publish Date: Apr 8 2019 10:09PM
PM and Amit Shah to arrive in North Bengal once again on 10 and 11 April
Darjeeling/Kolkata,08 April (HS):With a view to cementing the prospect of winning maximum seats from North Bengal, both Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP President Amit Shah will once again visit the state to address public rallies at Buniadpur in North Dinajpur district and Darjeeling within the next two to three days. According to BJP sources here today, the Prime minister who has already addressed three public rallies in West Bengal at Siliguri, Kolkata and Coochbehar- during the past few days, with the last one being only yesterday at Coochbehar, would arrive here once again on 10 April to address the voters in Raigunj, Balurghat,North Malda and South Malda constituencies together at his next meeting at Buniadpur. Similarly, BJP President Amit Shah who created a ripple among the voters with his first address at Alipurduar last week, would arrive at Darjeeling on 11 April to meet and address the voters there.Though he is scheduled to address another meeting at Raigunj the same afternoon, his itinerary there is not yet finalized because of administrative reason. However, ''we hope that his meeting at Raigunj would be finalized by tomorrow as Shah is scheduled to leave for Kolkata the next day to address a Press Conference there to explain his party views before the media'', the party sources said. Meanwhile,welcoming both the top leaders in the state in view of the party''s determination to win at least 23 of the state''s 42 Lok Sabha seats,BJP State President Dilip Ghosh here said the huge response of voters in every meeting had enthused the party workers in the state and that too after watching the desperation of the Chief minister. As all four other Lok Sabha constituencies of North Bengal - namely Raigunj, Balurghat, Malda North and Malda South are going to the polls in the second phase on 18 April and are considered to be Congress bastion, the Prime minister has decided to give special emphasis on addressing the voters in these constituencies in a bid to snatch the seats from the Congress. Though Raigunj was won by Mohammad Salim of CPI-M by less than 2,000 votes in 2014, all the three others went to the kitty of Congress. Prime minister Modi would visit the state at least four to five times more to address the voters in different constituencies during the next one month, Ghosh said and claimed that the frequent visit of Modi had already ''shaken the foundation of the Trinamool Congress'' in Bengal, and it was now only a matter of time before the people announced their verdict in favor of maximum BJP candidates from the state. Hindusthan Samachar/Ankur Bhattacharya/Manohar \
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