The BJP leadership, both at the central and state levels, is hopeful of securing a resounding victory in the upcoming assembly elections by winning 38 of the 60 seats. This was the conclusion reached at a stock-taking meeting held at the BJP state headquarters in the Krishna Nagar area yesterday. The meeting, presided over by central observers Dr. Mahesh Sharma and Mahendra Singh, was attended by state BJP President Rajeev Bhattacharjee, state general secretary Tinku Roy, and other prominent leaders of the party.
In addition to the BJP leaders, the meeting was also attended by Amit Debbarma, office secretary of its ally, IPFT, as well as assistant secretaries Shukla Charan Noatia and Bidhan Debbarma. The presidents and general secretaries of various front organizations or ‘Morchas’ of the BJP also attended the meeting and gave their feedback.
After much deliberation, the leadership concluded that the BJP is poised to win at least 38 seats in the upcoming elections, paving the way for the formation of the next government. The leadership attributed this optimism to the numerous benefits that have reached people through various central schemes, such as PMAY and Ujjwala, as well as the free ration, purchase of paddy at MSP prices, and wage and DA hikes introduced by Chief Minister Dr. Manik Saha. They believe that these measures will enable the party to secure the projected figure and deal a heavy blow to the opposition Congress and CPI (M).
BJP is hopeful of securing a clear majority in the upcoming assembly elections, and the leadership is confident that their hard work and the benefits they have provided to the people will help them achieve this goal.