1. West Bengal BJP gets hands on training in Uttar Pradesh election

West Bengal BJP gets hands on training in Uttar Pradesh election

With BJP leaving no stone unturned to win the crucial Uttar Pradesh elections, its Bengal unit has seized the opportunity to provide a hands on training to its young leaders on the nitty-gritty of elections

By: | Kolkata | Published: February 11, 2017 2:35 PM
Some of the leaders have campaigned in areas of Uttar Pradesh, which have considerable Bengali population, said Dilip Ghosh. (Express photo) Some of the leaders have campaigned in areas of Uttar Pradesh, which have considerable Bengali population, said Dilip Ghosh. (Express photo)

With BJP leaving no stone unturned to win the crucial Uttar Pradesh elections, its Bengal unit has seized the opportunity to provide a hands on training to its young leaders on the nitty-gritty of elections. “We all know that the road to Delhi, the seat of power, goes through Uttar Pradesh. In Uttar Pradesh, poll campaign is going on a high pitch. So we have sent a team of our leaders and youth leaders to Uttar Pradesh to learn how our party cadres are conducting the poll campaign and the party’s election machinery. It would provide our youth leaders with both — hands on experience and also a taste of campaigning in a politically crucial state like Uttar Pradesh,” State BJP President Dilip Ghosh told PTI. Ghosh said that some of the leaders have campaigned in areas of Uttar Pradesh, which have considerable Bengali population. Several top leaders from Bengal including Rahul Sinha, Locket Chatterjee and Babool Supriyo are campaigning in poll-bound states.

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Apart from top leaders from Bengal, more than 300 party workers from the state have been sent to various parts of Uttar Pradesh and other poll-bound states to participate in the party campaign and also pick up new strategies that may give an edge to the party in the 2018 panchayat polls, 2019 Lok Sabha polls, 2020 Municipal polls and 2021 Assembly polls in West Bengal. According to state BJP sources, the teams from Bengal have been asked to concentrate in three areas of social media campaign, door to door campaign and establishing mass contact.

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    AG
    Feb 11, 2017 at 9:21 am
    Very Good. Great Going Dilip Da. Leave no stone unturned even for W.B.
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      anony
      Feb 13, 2017 at 3:27 am
      BJP should make WB free from jihadidi ...
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