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Now ‘Khela Hobe 2.0’ will start in Bengal, Nadda told the plan in the BJP meeting

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The Bharatiya Janata Party may have lost to Mamata Banerjee’s Trinamool Congress in the last West Bengal assembly elections, but the party’s focus on Bengal has not shifted. Now keeping in mind the 2024 Lok Sabha elections, the Bharatiya Janata Party has made a plan for ‘Khela Hobe Part-2’. BJP has asked its workers to be prepared in Bengal. In the 2019 Lok Sabha elections in Bengal, the BJP had performed phenomenally and won 18 out of 42 seats.

Keeping in mind the Mission 2024, the BJP on Sunday vowed to improve the vote share in the state. The party’s vote share has dropped significantly from 2019 after the assembly elections in May. Since the assembly elections, the number of BJP leaders and cadres who have migrated to TMC has increased and thus the saffron party is losing its leaders. Party leaders, who attended the BJP’s national executive on Sunday, admitted that the continued focus on the state was aimed at stopping the flow of leaders from the party to the ruling TMC.

Giving detailed information about Nadda’s speech, Dharmendra Pradhan, referring to the rise of BJP in West Bengal, said that if one analyzes the rise of BJP from the point of view of political science, it will be found that very few have happened in Indian political history. According to Pradhan, Nadda said, “There has been a rapid growth in the public’s faith in the BJP in this state of about 10 crores. While the vote percentage of BJP was negligible in the 2016 elections, it got close to 38 percent votes in the last elections. The party won 18 seats in the Lok Sabha and 77 seats in the Assembly.

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In his address, Nadda made a special mention of the BJP’s performance in the West Bengal Assembly elections and alleged that 53 party workers were killed in the state in the post-poll violence, while one lakh people were displaced. He said that in the coming elections, the BJP will fight in a democratic way and give an answer to the chaotic elements. In his inaugural address at the national executive meeting on Sunday, party chief JP Nadda highlighted the attack on his party workers by the TMC in Bengal since the elections were over and said the party will stand with every worker in the state.

JP Nadda said, ‘BJP is standing like a rock with the people of Bengal. In the coming time, whenever elections are held in Bengal, BJP will fight its battle to save Bengal in a democratic way, to restore democracy and constitution in Bengal. He said that while the BJP is expanding continuously, there are still some challenges in front of it. These were reviewed in the meeting and emphasized on further strengthening the organization in Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Odisha and Telangana. “The rise of the BJP is yet to come,” he said.

JP Nadda said that if one looks at the vote share of BJP in the 2014 assembly elections and 2016 West Bengal assembly elections, and compares them with the 2019 Lok Sabha elections and 2021 assembly elections, it is the BJP’s vote share in the state. shows substantial growth. In his address, JP Nadda accused the TMC of inciting violence against BJP workers and warned the ruling TMC in Bengal that the BJP would not sit quietly.

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