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NEW DELHI: Claiming that a “strong undercurrent” for the BJP has now come to the floor in West Bengal, its state unit chief Dilip Ghosh on Tuesday exuded confidence that the social gathering will type the following authorities within the state and stated it isn’t obligatory that solely a sitting MLA will grow to be the chief minister.
Ghosh, a sitting MP from Medinipur, asserted that the momentum “in favour” of the BJP will proceed until the final part.
“After the first phase of polling only the BJP is confident of its victory, whereas the TMC and its leaders are frustrated. As the election will progress, the trend set by the BJP in the first phase will gain momentum and with every phase of polling TMC workers will themselves realise their defeat,” Ghosh instructed PTI in an interview.
The BJP has fielded 4 sitting MPs, three from Lok Sabha together with Union minister Babul Supriyo, and Swapan Dasgupta, who was in Rajya Sabha, within the Assembly polls, however Ghosh just isn’t amongst them.
To a question on whether or not a sitting MLA will grow to be the chief minister if the BJP wins, Ghosh, who himself is seen as a powerful contender, stated, “It is for the party to decide but it is not necessary a sitting MLA will become the chief minister…. when Mamata ji became chief minister she was not an MLA.”
Referring to the social gathering’s high chief and Union Home Minister Amit Shah‘s declare of BJP successful 26 seats out of 30 seats that went to polls within the first part on March 27, Ghosh stated individuals of the state at the moment are “not afraid” of casting their vote freely. Therefore the “strong undercurrent for BJP has now become an overcurrent” and it’ll replicate within the outcome, he stated.
He stated the BJP has labored on areas reminiscent of Kolkata and its adjoining districts the place it was comparatively much less sturdy and the results of its laborious work could be seen now.
Ghosh, who lately stirred an issue by suggesting that TMC supremo and West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee ought to put on bermuda shorts to show her injured leg somewhat than carrying a saree, defended his remarks, saying that Banerjee’s gesture was not in accordance with the Bengali tradition.
“She is a chief minister of West Bengal and people of the state expect from her some decency that goes well with the culture and tradition of Bengal, and with the values of a Bengali woman. I found her gesture objectionable and so do the people of the state,” he stated.
Talking concerning the BJP giving tickets to a few of its sitting MPs, Ghosh stated the social gathering fielding its senior leaders exhibits its sincerity and dedication in the direction of the individuals of the state.
To a query on the BJP’s ‘Jai Shri Ram’ slogan, Ghosh stated, “It is not merely a chant. It is a slogan of the common man in Bengal who is yearning for change and an expression of anguish against the TMC oppression.”
Ghosh began his public life as a ‘pracharak’ of the BJP’s ideological mentor RSS. He joined the BJP in 2014 and have become normal secretary of its West Bengal unit in 2015 and later president of the state unit.
He made his electoral debut within the 2016 West Bengal Assembly elections by contesting from Kharagpur Sadar constituency in Paschim Medinipur. He gained the election by defeating sitting MLA Gyan Singh Sohanpal of Congress, who had gained the meeting seat seven instances in a row.
Recently Prime Minister Narendra Modi, whereas addressing a political rally in Kharagpur, heaped reward on Ghosh saying that a state president like him is the pleasure of the social gathering as he had sacrificed lots in his private life to work for the social gathering.
After successful 18 out of the 42 Lok Sabha seats within the state in 2019, the BJP emerged as a powerful challenger to the ruling TMC within the present meeting elections.
The elections for the 294-member meeting are being held in eight phases with the primary part on March 27 and the final part on April 29.


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