The West Bengal BJP, as a part of its technique to attach with the lots through the festive season, has made preparations to live-stream Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s tackle to the individuals of the state, sources within the saffron get together in Kolkata mentioned.
In a primary, the state BJP Mahila Morcha — ladies’s wing of the get together — shall be organising Durga puja at Japanese Zonal Cultural Centre (EZCC) in Salt Lake.
In line with the sources, PM Modi’s digital tackle on “Maha Sasthi” — which marks the start of the five-day competition — will set the tone for Durga puja this 12 months.
“Prime Minister Narendra Modi ji’s tackle shall be streamed stay at EZCC in addition to 10 different puja pandals throughout the state. The names of the ten pandals are but to be finalized,” BJP state vice-president Partap Banerjee mentioned.
The get together may also arrange large screens in a number of elements of the state to broadcast his speech.
Numerous cultural programmes, together with gigs by folks artistes, have been lined up at EZCC subsequent week.
BCCI president Sourav Ganguly’s spouse Dona, a reputed Odissi danseuse, and her troupe shall be performing on the inauguration ceremony, Mr Banerjee mentioned.
Earlier, state BJP chief Dilip Ghosh had mentioned the get together wasn’t straight concerned in organising Durga puja wherever, fuelling hypothesis of a rift inside the get together.
Ghosh, who examined optimistic for COVID-19 on Friday, is at present present process remedy at a metropolis hospital.
Eyes set on Meeting elections, prone to held in April-Could subsequent 12 months, each the TMC and the BJP are going all out to woo individuals and strengthen their vote banks.
With the BJP’s energy having elevated manifold over the previous few years in Bengal, the place it has by no means been in energy, get together leaders have expressed confidence that the saffron surge will finish Mamata Banerjee’s decade-long rule within the state.
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