PM Modi to visit West Bengal on February 7

Kolkatta, 31/1 (AO Bureau ): Prime Minister Narendra Modi will arrive in Haldia in West Bengal on 7 February to inaugurate three central government projects. After the foundation stone of these projects, the Prime Minister will also address a big public meeting. All the BJP workers of Bengal are preparing for this public meeting of PM Modi. The cost of the projects the Prime Minister will inaugurate in Haldia is being told about Rs. 5000 crores. In these projects, after the inauguration of three projects of the Ministry of Petroleum, the Prime Minister will address the people.

This visit of PM Modi is also considered to be important because of the assembly elections in West Bengal in April-May. The BJP has set a target of winning more than 200 seats in these elections. This will be the second Bengal tour of Prime Minister Modi in 15 days. Earlier, PM Modi reached West Bengal on the occasion of the birth anniversary of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose on 23 January. After Sunday’s rally in Howrah in West Bengal, the state BJP chief Dilip Ghosh said that after Trinamool Congress leaders joined the BJP, many people have joined BJP even today. They were worried that the police would bother, but now people are going ahead and joining the BJP. Ghosh said that we will rally in every district.

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