BJP Chief Amit Shah once again denied permission to hold rally, land chopper in West Bengal
As per BJP sources, Amit Shah was on Monday denied permission to hold a rally in Jadavpur, where the polling for the Lok Sabha election is set to take place on May 19.
The incident was also followed by a hunger strike by Mamata for days, who was protesting against sudden CBI raids at the residence of Kolkata Police Commissioner Rajeev Kumar.
As per BJP sources, Amit Shah was on Monday denied permission to hold a roadshow in Jadavpur, where the polling for the Lok Sabha election is set to take place on May 19.
The sources also tell that Shah was also denied permission to land chopper there.
BJP President had to address his poll rally in Malda West Bengal in January, for which he was denied permission by state government; following denial of permission, the BJP accused the West Bengal government of “abuse of power”.
Hitting out at didi, Union Minister Piyush Goyal claimed that “Mamata was scared of party’s growing influence in the state”.
More details on the same are awaited.
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