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Shah sets Bengal as next target

DNDEL9353 | 9/12/2017 | Author : Arshad Ali | WC :278 | Politics & Governance

Kolkata: Amit Shah, the national president of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), is on a three-day trip to West Bengal and in several rounds of meetings, met various state party leaders on Monday.
Sources within the party said it was a loud and clear message that the state was one of the targets for the next general election so the workers needed to pull up their socks and strengthen their organisation here.
“During his last visit, he had said that there should be booth committees at all the 77,000 booths of the state, but the state cadre could not complete the task. That is one of the reasons why Shah was not very happy with the performance,” said a senior BJP leader, who attended the meeting. He, however, added that Shah was happy a
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