BJP chief JP Nadda on 2-day Assam visit from today, to address rally in Silchar


BJP nationwide President JP Nadda would arrive in Assam on Monday on a two-day visit and address a public rally in Silchar to kick-start the ruling get together`s campaigning for the approaching Assembly elections, get together leaders mentioned on Sunday.

Bharatiya Janata Party`s Assam unit General Secretary Rajdeep Roy mentioned that moreover addressing the general public gathering on the Police Parade Ground in Silchar on Monday, Nadda would additionally meet with senior get together leaders.

He would visit the well-known Kamakhya temple in Guwahati on Tuesday, earlier than leaving for Delhi. The BJP chief attended varied get together programmes in West Bengal on Saturday.

Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal, Finance and Health Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma and Assam BJP President Ranjeet Kumar Dass would accompany Nadda and likewise address the gathering.

Political observers mentioned that for the previous a few years, the BJP has carved out a political base in southern Assam`s Barak Valley space, comprising three Bengali dominated districts of Cachar, Hailakandi, and Karimganj.

In the 1991 Assembly elections, the BJP had received 9 of the 15 seats in the politically essential Barak Valley. In the approaching polls, the get together goals to win all 15 seats. That`s why the BJP nationwide President would begin his election marketing campaign from this space, political commentator and author Uttam Saha advised IANS.

BJP nationwide Vice President Baijayant Jay Panda, who’s incharge of BJP`s Assam affairs, advised the media in Guwahati that the get together was absolutely assured of securing “100 plus seats” together with its allies in the Assam elections.

“The BJP along with its allies will retain power in Assam by securing at least 100 seats in the 2021 Assembly elections,” Panda mentioned.

The polls for 126-member Assam Assembly are possible to be held in April-May, together with these in West Bengal, Tamil Nadu, and Kerala.

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