Upcoming West Bengal Assembly Election – Does BJP Want Presidential Rule ??? What is that indication in the meeting with JP Nadda !!!
|Whether the West Bengal Assembly elections are going to be held under the President’s rule, speculation in the BJP meeting|
New Delhi: West Bengal assembly elections, the bird’s eye view of the BJP, meanwhile the grassroots and thorns are colliding. Now the big question is law and order. Yesterday, state BJP president Dilip Ghosh wrote a letter to Union Home Minister Amit Shah. His main statement there was that no vote could be taken in the presence of this state government. A similar letter will be given to the Election Commission, BJP sources said. A few days ago, the governor said that he would make arrangements so that all people could participate equally in the 21-member assembly vote and exercise their personal right to vote. Dilip Ghosh’s letter and this statement of the Governor are combined to show the signs of President’s rule in West Bengal !!!
On Tuesday, three BJP leaders from the state, Dilip Ghosh, Mukul Roy, Rahul Sinha and Kailash Vijayavargiya, Arvind Menon and Shiv Prakash, who are in charge of the BJP in the state, met BJP all-India president JP Naddar.
The main topic of the meeting was the Assembly elections in West Bengal. At the meeting, the central leadership voted in favor of presidential rule in West Bengal. Their statements are basically two. First, those who want to join the BJP from the grassroots in this state will be able to do so easily if the Presidential rule is imposed. The police have no right to file a case. Second, the state’s police administration will have the opportunity to help the grassroots if there is a presidential rule. The BJP will benefit from this. Then it will be the most advantage to establish a BJP government in this state.
At one point, however, state BJP leaders said, “Mamata Banerjee cannot be allowed to be martyred by imposing presidential rule.” But in the latter case, according to the central leaders, they moved away from their old decision.
The main topic of discussion at Naddaji’s house was the law and order situation in the state. It has been decided that the law and order situation in the state will be the focus of all movements of the state BJP from just before the elections.