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We will form the govt in West Bengal and will help the farmers, says JP Nadda in Bardhaman

This is Nadda’s first visit to West Bengal after the attack on his convoy during his journey to Diamond Harbour from Kolkata on December 10.

New Delhi: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) President JP Nadda will launched a campaign “ek mutho chaal” (a handful of rice) in Bardhaman district in West Bengal on January 9.

The state is due for its Assembly elections by the middle of this year. Nadda will be visiting the residence of farmers and make “anna daan” from them. After this, he will do a roadshow in the district.

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Sources further said the BJP plans to directly connect with the farmers of West Bengal through the “anna daan” programme. The BJP leaders and workers will visit all the villages of West Bengal and will hold this programme.


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We will form the govt in Bengal and will help our farmers in Bengal.

During the visit, Nadda will hold a “Krishak Suraksha Gram Sabha” at Katwa in Bardhaman. Farmers will take part in this programme where Nadda will speak with the farmers and will also inform about the initiative taken by the Union government in the last six years for the welfare of farmers, sources added.

On January 30, Union Home Minister Amit Shah will visit West Bengal and apart from other programmes, he will address the Matua community in North 24 Parganas.

West Bengal is going for election this year. The BJP is holding a number of Jan Jagaran (public awareness) programmes nationwide to reach out to farmers to weaken the narrative set by farmers’ protest on the Delhi borders.