Yogi Adityanath reaching West Bengal on Tuesday to impress Hindi speaking voters

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Kolkata, 01 March: The Bharatiya Janta Party’s (BJP) Firebrand leader and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath will be visiting Bengal on Tuesday. Yogi Adityanath’s public meeting ‘Poribortan Jatra’ is to be held at Gajol in Malda district where all preparations have been completed.

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has pushed its full strength in the upcoming assembly elections to form the government in West Bengal.

Hence, many central and state ministers including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Home Minister Amit Shah, and the BJP President JP Nadda are campaigning and holding public meetings in Bengal continuously.

On Monday, Bharatiya Janata Party general secretary Sayantan Basu visited the public meeting venue to take stock of the preparations and also held a meeting with the workers to handle the crowd during the meeting.

Basu said that Yogi ji is the most favourite leader of the country today and people of West Bengal will come in large numbers to listen to him. Majority voters in Malda district are Hindi speaking and have migrated from Bihar and Uttar Pradesh.

Trust of Yogi Model to run government in Bengal-

Yogi Adityanath has a reputation as a skilled administrator and a stalwart leader who has not only pushed Uttar Pradesh with a population of 23 crores on the path of development but also effectively upheld the Uttar Pradesh administration, which has been in the limelight for its reckless and contentious behaviour, is controlled in a manner. For this reason, the leaders of Bengal BJP have also assured to run the government in West Bengal in the style of Yogi

“Adityanath many times and have threatened to eliminate the people of Bengal mafia and criminal tendency in the encounter when the BJP government is formed. In such a situation, public eye has been fixed on the proposed public meeting of Yogi Adityanath before the election,” Basu said.

It is noteworthy that this time the BJP has devised a strategy to gain power in West Bengal. Ahead of the elections, it has been decided to hold 1500 rallies in all 294 assembly constituencies across the state which is being addressed by the top leaders of the state BJP as well as the central leaders of the party. The BJP has set a target of winning at least two hundred seats here.