BJP party’s CEC panel settled the list of party members for the final 4 phases of the assembly elections in Bengal. Bharatiya Janata Party leader Dilip Ghosh has expressed that he won’t participate in the West Bengal assembly polls. BJP leader Dilip Ghosh stated that “My full name will not be there in the list of party members for West Bengal assembly polls. The BJP has concluded that elections in Bengal will be done under my watch”.
On 14th March, Bhartiya Janta Party declared the names of sixty-three contenders for the 3rd and 4th phases of assembly polls, including the name of MP Babul Supriyo and Rajib Banerjee. Despite the fact that BJP leader Dilip Ghosh didn’t clarify why he was reluctant to participate in the forthcoming assembly polls. According to the secret information is stated that he would not face the challenge of battling the Bengal elections and on the off chance that he is made the CM, he will get chosen by the assembly polls.
A comparative example has been seen in other Bhartiya Janta Party-managed states, where other states CM, who later became CM, at any point participate in the assembly polls. When they were made CMs they battled by-polls inside a half year and became members of the Legislative Assembly. This example was trailed by Bhartiya Janta Party pioneers in Assam, Karnataka state also.
Since Dilip Ghosh is good and gone. There are a couple of names that may need to participate in elections. Mukul Roy, and Rahul Sinha, and Sayantan Basu are additionally expected to participate in the Bengal assembly elections. After the conference, Bhartiya Janta Party’s VP Mukul Roy stated that “We have talked about the seats and it will be reported soon.”
Rajib Banerjee stated that “We have finished the names of practically all members for the final 4 phases however a couple of choices are yet to be taken by top party leaders. It will be taken soon and the competitors’ list is probably going to be declared soon”.