The West Bengal Bharatiya Janata Party Unit has decided to organize a workshop for the party’s newly elected MPs from Mamata Banerjee’s Bastion West Bengal. The party in the workshop will tell all newly elected MPs ‘what to do’ and ‘what not do’ in the coming days in the state that saw massive violence in the recently concluded polls.
A State BJP Functionary revealing the details about the workshop told media that the party is planning to organize a workshop for 18 elected MPs. He added, ‘We want all of them (18 MPs) to reach out to their people and utilise their MPLAD funds’.
‘We want them to engage with the masses with the developmental policies of the Narendra Modi government,” he added while saying that want want all MPs to set a example in erstwhile Mamata’s Bastion.
He further said barring those who would get a cabinet berth and BJP State Chief Dilip Ghosh, all the other MPs have to comply by this do’s and don’t order of the party.
The Bharatiya Janata Party in the recently concluded national polls made a big dent on Mamata’s Stronghold. The saffron party managed to give a big jolt to Mamata Banerjee‘s TMC by winning 18 seats out of total 42 Lok Sabha Seats of the state.
The ruling TMC won 22 seats down from 34 in 2014.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led Bharatiya Janata Party, on May 23 again scripted history by bagging 303 seats on its own in the recently concluded national polls. Along with its allies, it took its tally to 352 Lok Sabha Seats out of 542 Seats were national polls held in April-May in seven phases.
The Congress won 52 seats in the recently held polls, which is only 8 more than it got in 2014 national polls.