New Delhi: The political battle has started in the wake of the West Bengal assembly elections. In view of this, PM Narendra Modi is going to have a mega rally in Bengal. It is being told that in the first week of March, the BJP will rally in the biggest brigade ground in Kolkata. In this rally of PM Modi, a target has been set to gather around 15 lakh people.
Two dates have been suggested by the state BJP unit for the rally. However, the timing of the rally has not been decided yet. A final decision will be taken by the Prime Minister’s Office regarding when and at what time the rally will take place. The BJP plans to hold the biggest rally in the history of Bengal. At the same time, before this, PM Narendra Modi will reach Bengal on 7 February on a one-day tour. It has been reported that PM Modi will visit Haldia in West Bengal on 7 February to participate in the program of the Petroleum Ministry.
The projects that PM Modi will inaugurate in Haldia cost around Rs. Is being told 5000 crores. This visit of PM Modi and the gift of such projects is being considered very important in view of the upcoming assembly elections. The event may be official, but his visit will give a boost to Bengal BJP workers.