KOLKATA: BJP central leaders will be visiting Bengal frequently till next years assembly elections to boost the morale of state party leaders and to hold monthly assessment on the strength and weakness of the organisation.
Newly appointed observer for Bengal Kailash Vijayawargiya will be here for two days from August 7 to attend the state unit meeting. The party has asked all its frontal organisation heads to assemble at Maheswari Bhavan in central Kolkata on August 7 to attend the two-day session.
BJP chief Amit Shah will be in Kolkata on Sunday to address the state unit. Even though our president is coming to address the Kamzoor Varg Sammelan (weaker section conference) he will definitely give us some clue about highlighting negative aspects of the Mamata Banerjee government and guide us on how to mobilise public opinion against the government said state BJP president Rahul Sinha.