Election 2021: Mamata-Shah war intensifies, Kolkata police do not allow BJP to hold road shows

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The BJP is preparing for the Assembly elections in West Bengal. Meanwhile, Kolkata police did not allow the BJP to hold a road show.

The BJP is preparing for the Assembly elections in West Bengal. Meanwhile, Kolkata police did not allow the BJP to hold a road show. On January 9, a BJP road show will be held in Birbhum, Bengal, for which permission was sought.

According to media sources, BJP national president JP Nadda will visit Birbhum in West Bengal on January 9. During this time he will do a road show and meet with senior leaders of the state. Amit Shah and JP Nadda have visited Bengal before.

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On the other hand, AIMIM party is also going to enter the electoral arena this time. AIIMIM party chief Asaduddin Owaisi visited Bangla and met the leaders. He also announced that his party would run in the by-elections.

On Sunday, All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) supremo Asaduddin Owaisi reached Fatura Sharif in Bengal’s Hughli district to discuss the upcoming assembly elections with Muslim leader Abbas Siddiqui. This is Wesi’s first announcement in West Bengal that his party will contest the upcoming assembly elections in the state. He also said that the TMC government would stop him from leaving the airport. He arrived in Hooghly from Calcutta Airport to meet Abbas Siddiqui. After which he left for Hyderabad in the afternoon.

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Election 2021: Mamata-Shah war intensifies, Kolkata police do not allow BJP to hold road shows
Election 2021: Mamata-Shah war intensifies, Kolkata police do not allow BJP to hold road shows
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