Delhi BJP Workers Support Save Bengal Campaign

Delhi BJP Workers Support Save Bengal Campaign
Delhi BJP Workers Support Save Bengal Campaign

Delhi BJP President Manoj Tiwari said today that under his extensive Pravas (study tour plan) of various states, the BJP National President Amit Shah will be in Pravas at Delhi State on 14th and 15th July, 2017.

Under this programme on Friday 14th July, Amit Shah will meet party office bearers of various levels and senior workers at NDMC Convention Centre near Jantar Mantar.

On Saturday, 15th July, 2017, he will meet party leaders, workers and other prominent persons of Delhi as per the decided programme at State Party office 14, Pandit Pant Marg.

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Tiwari also said that due to the communal appeasement policies of Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee the state is passing through a period of law and order breakdown and communal tension. He said BJP workers and members of the majority religious community are facing atrocities.

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Delhi BJP workers including Tiwari joined a protest Save Bengal Dharna at Rajghat today and said that Delhi BJP workers stand by the party colleagues of Bengal and will extend all their support to them.

Tiwari said that people of the country including Bengal will never forgive Mamata Banerjee for breaking the social fabric of Bengal to promote her political ambitions.

Photo courtesy: BJP

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