GJM's exit from NDA forces BJP to rethink Bengal plan ahead of 2021 state polls- The New Indian Express

GJM’s exit from NDA forces BJP to rethink Bengal plan forward of 2021 state polls- The New Indian Categorical

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KOLKATA: Gorkha Janamukti Morcha (GJM) chief Bimal Gurung’s exit from the NDA and his announcement to help CM Mamata Banerjee within the Meeting polls have pressured the BJP to re-work on its ballot technique in north Bengal.

BJP nationwide basic secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya and state leaders met Union Dwelling minister Amit Shah on Saturday and mentioned points like Gorkhas and tea backyard employees to retain the occasion’s inroads made within the 2019 basic elections elections.

The GJM is a deciding consider at the very least 16 Meeting seats in Darjeeling and Terai area together with Madarihat, Kalchini, Matigara-Naxalbari and Nagrakata. In these seats, the Gorkhas might flip the desk for any political occasion. 

Gurung’s help to Mamata is believed be a aid for the ruling Trinamool Congress because the occasion didn’t bag a single seat out of eight within the area in 2019. The BJP secured victory in seven seats and the Congress in a single.

“Something can occur in politics. Such alliances and re-alliances can’t be predicted. Nonetheless we’ve got six months in hand earlier than the Meeting elections,” BJP’s Alipurduar MP John Barla mentioned. 

Sources within the BJP mentioned, points confronted by the tribals and their calls for have been discuused within the assembly with Shah.

“We additionally mentioned concerning the demand of giving 11 unnoticed Gorkha communities a ST standing, minimal wages for tea backyard employees and issuing of land paperwork to the tribals,’’ mentioned a BJP chief. 

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