BJP’s youngest Nationwide Secretary Tejasvi Surya is flying into Kolkata tonight to hitch the get together’s Bengal unit’s mega march to Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee’s workplace tomorrow.
The youth chief is anticipated to land in Kolkata at 9pm and, in line with a BJP notification, deal with a press meet at 10.30 PM, all this with a watch on subsequent yr’s West Bengal state meeting elections wherein the BJP hopes to make a decisive affect.
BJP’s Bengal unit is pulling out all stops to make a hit of what is going to be a four-pronged march to Nabanna – the state’s secretariat. Moreover Tejasvi Surya, nationwide BJP leaders Kailash Vijayvargiya and Mukul Roy can even participate within the Nabanna Gherao Marketing campaign.
Preparations are on for the protest in full swing with the momentum boosted by the agitation over the gunning down of Barrackpore BJP chief Manish Shukla on Sunday.
Three folks have been arrested for the homicide. At the very least one among them is allegedly linked to the Trinamool Congress whereas two others named within the case – filed on the premise of a grievance by Mr Shukla’s household – are Trinamool councillors.
On Tuesday, BJP spokesman and former MLA, Samik Bhattacharya, was additionally attacked 50 km from Kolkata whereas he was on his strategy to the Diamond Harbour. He was assaulted and the windscreen of his automotive was smashed, allegedly by Trinamool supporters.
In view of tomorrow’s BJP rally, police bandobast is being put in place. Prohibitory orders have been enforced within the space round Nabanna and barricades will likely be put up to make sure the group would not attain close to Ms Banerjee’s workplace. Water cannons are additionally more likely to be deployed.
Whereas BJP state chief Dilip Ghosh will lead a march from the get together workplace in Central Kolkata, Mr Vijayvargiya and Mr Roy will be a part of the rally from Hastings – on the Kolkata facet of the Hooghly river – to march to Nabanna which is on the Howrah facet of the river.
MP Surya will be a part of the march with MP Saumitra Khan from Howrah, crossing the enduring bridge into Kolkata, march by town and cross the river to achieve Nabanna.
A fourth rally with a number of high leaders will march from Satragachi.