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Saffron wave is yet to bring another change in the political framework in Bengal

  • By Shalini Gupta |
  • Monday, December 1st, 2014 |
  • 1 Comments
 

Nearly 2 lakhs of people gathered in the rally on Sunday, the 30th November 2014 in front of the Victoria House, Kolkata. The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) propelled a searing allegation on West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, establishing the framework for the 2016 get together races in the state where the saffron gathering is peering toward significant increases. BJP national president Amit Shah made a few claims on Banerjee from the stage over the Saradha case, terrorist activities and deficiency of improvement in the state.

Amit Shah told that the Bharatiya Janata Party would ensure prosperity and take the state in the frontline among the other states in India. He also told that he has come to begin the procedure of removing Trinamool Congress from Bengal, and also to bring success to the dream of Prime Minister Narendra Modi as – “India without Congress”.

The BJP boss’ location took a swing at during an era when the ruling Trinamool Congress was reeling under joining charges in the multi-crore Saradha chit fund scam and the October 2 impacts that executed two alleged militants from Bangladesh who took shelter in Burdwan district of West Bengal.

After a tug-off-war between the opposition party and the stage government for quite a few days and after filling a case in the Calcutta High Court by the BJP, The Calcutta High Court appointed the special officers to implement metro statutory standards for building the stage for the proposed Amit Shah rally on Sunday. The officers, DG (Fire Services) and Joint Commissioner (Development) of the Kolkata Municipal Corporation, are assisted by a senior officer of the Kolkata Police as composed by the court.

The Prime Minister Narendra Modi is yet to come in the month of February, 2015 to address the people of Bengal to appeal for the change of changes in political structure. Amit Shah has already started the process just before 3 months of the mega event.

Shalini Gupta
Shalini Gupta is a teacher at New Delhi with multifarious talents. She has passion for reading, writing, drawing, sketching etc. simultaneously with her teaching job. presently she is writing for Bigumbrella.

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