A very special message to Mamata Banerjee in PM Modi swearing-in ceremony
The families of more than 50 BJP workers purportedly butchered in political violence in West Bengal have been welcome to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's pledge function, in what is viewed as a puncturing political message for the state and its Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee. The families, assigned "special invitees" to the terrific occasion on Thursday, will remain in Delhi being taken care of by the BJP, sources state.
The choice was taken in a long-distance race five-hour meeting between PM Modi and BJP president Amit Shah at the Prime Minister's home in Delhi the previous evening. "A rundown of special invitees is prepared and will before long be given to the Rashtrapati Bhavan," said sources.
The BJP workers were supposedly murdered in the course of recent years amid Panchayat or nearby body polls and the national election, state party leaders. That they have been given special spot among 7,000 invitees to PM Modi's second initiation is proposed as a major message in front of the 2021 assembly election in Bengal, state sources.
BJP leaders state the motion is intended to pass on to the gathering's framework in Bengal that the focal leadership thinks about them and stands by them against "violence by Trinamool Congress workers".
A considerable lot of the workers were supposedly executed amid the Panchayat elections a year ago. Amit Shah paid tribute to the workers even in his location at the gathering's triumph meeting on May 23, after the Lok Sabha results.
The national election in Bengal was additionally set apart by conflicts between workers of Mamata Banerjee's gathering and the BJP amid each round of casting a ballot.
In the harshly battled election that saw PM Modi and BJP president Amit Shah address numerous mobilizes and Mamata Banerjee endeavoring to coordinate them on each charge and each spike, the BJP zoomed to 18 seats from two out of 2014 while the Trinamool dropped forcefully from 34 to 22 of Bengal's 42 seats.
Clarifying that it isn't exactly done, the BJP yesterday unveiled almost 60 turncoats from Trinamool, including two administrators, and said more would escape in a sum of seven rounds, further debilitating Mamata Banerjee's grasp on the state where she raged to control in 2012 in the wake of completion three many years of Left guideline.
Hours after the Trinamool individuals joined BJP, Mamata Banerjee affirmed accepting a welcome to PM Modi's pledge and showed that she would go, as it was her protected commitment as Chief Minister.