The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Wednesday dominated out projecting any chief ministerial candidate within the upcoming assembly election in West Bengal.
“No chief ministerial face shall be projected. After securing the bulk, the get together management and MLAs will resolve who will grow to be the chief minister,” BJP General Secretary and West Bengal in-charge Kailash Vijayvargiya advised information company ANI.
No chief ministerial face shall be projected in (West Bengal Assembly elections). After securing the bulk, the get together management and the MLAs will resolve who will grow to be the chief minister: BJP General Secretary & West Bengal In-charge Kailash Vijayvargiya pic.twitter.com/yLnDB5DIE3
— ANI (@ANI) January 20, 2021
Earlier this month, Vijayvargiya had claimed that at the least 41 MLAs of Mamata’s get together had been in contact with him. He stated the Trinamool authorities will collapse in Bengal if he lets the MLAs be a part of the saffron get together. Vijayvargiya, nevertheless, stated that solely these with a clear picture shall be allowed to hitch BJP.
“I’ve a listing of 41 MLAs who need to be a part of the BJP. The Bengal authorities will collapse if I allow them to in. We are exploring their background and solely leaders with a clear picture can be allowed to hitch. Everyone believes that the Mamata authorities goes out,” he had stated.
IAS officers Smaraki Mahapatra and Sanghamitra Ghosh, appointed because the joint chief electoral officer and extra chief electoral officer, will start their two-day go to to the state to assessment the ballot preparedness immediately. The two officers had been directed to take over the duties instantly. The full bench, led by Chief Election Commissioner Sunil Arora, will arrive within the state on Wednesday night time on a two-day go to.
Assembly election in West Bengal is more likely to be held in April/May this yr.
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