PM Modi is probably going to Chinsurah  for addressing a rally

PM Modi is probably going to Chinsurah for addressing a rally

Bharatiya Janata Party stated that “On the 22nd of Feb, PM Modi is probably going to West Bengal and address a meeting in Chinsurah, Hooghly, the commercial zone of the Chinsurah area. Chinsurah was chosen deliberately as his last meeting was in Midnapore which is known as West Bengal’s farming region”.

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On the 7th of Feb, As Prime Minister Narendra Modi had addressed to farmers, PM Modi will convey a very important message on the investment from a district from where Tata Nano was forced out by the TMC party. “It was the Bengal’s Govt who had initiated a development against the coercive land securing in Singur in Chandannagore subdivision of Hooghly district. From that point forward, West Bengal has not seen any venture. Our party functionaries both public and state are promising ventures.”

The Hooghly district visit will communicate something specific that the Bharatiya Janata Party is similarly centered around farmers and manufacturing. The Bharatiya Janata Party has chosen to discover a scene on the bank of the Hooghly, as manufacturing plants are situated along the bank of the Hooghly and the vast majority of them are shut. “We have distinguished 2 spots. One is connecting to the Chinsurah court and the other is close to the Dunlop production line.

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We need Prime Minister Narendra Modi to address the convention from the scene close to the Dunlop production line. It will communicate something specific featuring the investment condition of West Bengal.

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