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West Bengal: BJP chief JP Nadda eats at farmer’s home, attacks TMC govt in Bardhaman district

Kolkata: BJP chief JP Nadda is on a day-long visit to West Bengal’s Bardhaman district as part of a concerted, massive campaign against the ruling Trinamool Congress (TMC) and chief minister Mamata Banerjee ahead of next year’s assembly elections. 

In a massive rally in Bardhaman, BJP chief JP Nadda attacked Mamata Bannerjee nad the Trinamool Congress (TMC) government fiercely. 

Describing the Mamata Banerjee government as a failure on every front, JP Nadda claimed that the Trinamool Congress (TMC) is going to be uprooted in the upcoming elections. 

He also started a rice collection campaign by which handfuls of rice will be collected from the houses of farmers in West Bengal. The campaign will last till January 24.

In Bardhaman, BJP National President JP Nadda went to a farmer’s house and had lunch. Earlier, JP Nadda started the campaign by asking for a handful of rice by going to the farmers’ home. Prior to this campaign, he offered prayers at the temple and addressed the farmers. In the public meeting, JP Nadda clearly said that the people of Bengal have created a mood to remove the Mamata government.

Addressing a rally in the Bardhaman district of West Bengal, JP Nadda said, “The warm welcome you have given shows that you have decided that the Mamata Banerjee government will be shown the door and the BJP will form the government in West Bengal. Your happiness and confidence shows that the public is ready to welcome us to form the government. ”

JP Nadda further said that the PM Modi government was providing ration during the COVID-19 epidemic, but TMC activists converted their homes into “ration offices”.

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