Bengal elections: BJP-RSS considering the option of rally and roadshow due to Corona, know who said what


Posted on 16th Apr 2021 06:04 pm by rohit kumar

Considering the situation because of the ever-increasing cases of Corona across the country, senior Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leaders and several Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) officials consider various options for traditional election campaigning for the remaining three phases. are doing.

 

News agency ANI quoted sources as saying that officials of both parties are deliberating to find alternatives for big rallies and rath yatras. These will be the means through which political parties will get an opportunity to show their strength.

 

A senior BJP leader said, "There is a lot of discussion about whether we should continue the rath yatra, where thousands of people gather and also do big rallies?" During this debate, a senior RSS official said that Both senior BJP leaders and the RSS believe that if political parties agree, publicity should be avoided through public meetings. "Nukkad Sabha to prevent the spread of Corona, including a limited number of people The best way is with the meetings. "

 

Interestingly, during one such nukkad sabha on Thursday, BJP's Bengal in-charge Kailash Vijayvargiya announced that instead of large rallies in and around Kolkata, there would be only nukkad sabhas. He also asked everyone to wear masks as a responsible citizen. He also asked party workers to distribute masks to everyone present.

 

The Left has already decided to hold meetings virtually. Trinamool Congress supremo Mamata Banerjee has asked the Election Commission to reconsider its decision to hold elections at one go and not in all eight phases. However, a senior BJP leader said, "Election commission has to decide whether all the phases can be clubbed. We will not, however, ask for the election dates to be notified by the Election Commission."

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