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Hopeful of ‘Parivartan’ in West Bengal: Amit Shah Says BJP Will Form Govt in State Next Year

File photograph of Union house minister Amit Shah. (PTI)

The Union House Minister additionally expressed dissatisfaction over Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee’s dealing with of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Union House Minister Amit Shah on Saturday exuded confidence that the BJP will type the subsequent authorities in West Bengal after the Meeting polls subsequent yr as “parivartan” (change) is inevitable.

In an unique interview to Editor-in-Chief Rahul Joshi, Shah mentioned, “We’ll give our greatest (throughout the polls) and I’m hopeful there shall be ‘parivartan’ (change) in West Bengal. Below the management of Narendra Modi, the BJP goes to type the subsequent authorities.”

When requested in regards to the get together’s chief ministerial face, Shah mentioned, “Woh to ho bhi sakta hai, magar abhi to Bengal ki janta Trinamool Congress ko hatana chahti hai, woh mukhya baat hai (that could possibly be attainable, however Bengal’s folks presently wish to eliminate Trinamool Congress and that’s the most essential now).”

On points associated to corruption in Bengal after Cyclone Amphan, Shah mentioned, “Throughout Cyclone Amphan, the whole aid (together with that despatched by us) went into incorrect palms. There have been complaints of corruption over distribution of Amphan aid. Puri rahat ghotalo mein chali gayi (the whole aid went into corruption).”

Shah additionally expressed dissatisfaction over Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee’s dealing with of the COVID-19 pandemic. “They lacked in taking satisfactory measures whereas dealing with the pandemic,” he added.

With an almost 40% vote share, the BJP received 18 of the state’s 42 parliament seats and emerged because the TMC’s important challenger in final yr’s Lok Sabha polls.

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