BJP chief kickstarts poll campaign from Malda, targets incumbent state govt

After much political tussle, the Bharatiya Janata Party president Amit Shah on Tuesday kickstarted campaign for 2019 Lok Sabha Elections in West Bengal.

He began by holding a rally in Malda district of the state.

Targetting the incumbent Trinamool government in state, Amit Shah accused ruling party of killing people.

He further accused the TMC of backing cow smugglers and vowed to throw out the “tyrannical government”.

Considering his health condition, the microphone through which Shah is delivering his speech is sanitised.

Amit Shah was diagnosed with swine flu last week and was discharged from AIIMS on Sunday.

BJP chief will address rallies in Jhargram and Birbhum districts on Wednesday.

Meanwhile, the West Bengal unit of the BJP earlier today accused the ruling Trinamool Congress (TMC) workers of vandalising decorative gates and
posters ahead of Shah’s rally.

Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee had, however, said only the place of landing was changed for safety reasons.

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