BJP’s Parivartan Yatra stopped in Murshidabad gets green signal from Birbhum

The process of BJP’s Parivartan Yatra continues in West Bengal. After starting the Parivartan Yatra from Nadia on 6 February, BJP President JP Nadda flagged off the yatra from Birbhum today. BJP’s Parivartan Yatra will pass through all 294 assembly seats in Bengal.

Yesterday i.e. on 8 February, the police stopped the BJP’s journey through the sensitive areas of Murshidabad. After which the journey had to be diverted through another route. In Birbhum, JP Nadda attacked Karra in a befitting manner. He said that Mamta is not meant by mother, mother, man, but dictatorship and appeasement.

Addressing the public from the forum, he said that on one hand we are looking at Mamta ji and Bengal. Today the culture of Bengal is also under threat under his leadership. Mamta Sarkar, who was known for giving Bengal culture, development, country vision and direction, has done the work of stopping the development of Bengal, spreading corruption in Bengal.

It may be noted that with regard to stopping the Murshidabad Yatra, the party’s District BJP President Gaurishankar Ghosh claimed that the party had already informed the administration that the yatra would be taken off the said route but no objection was lodged then.

Please tell that the BJP President JP Nadda flagged off the Parivartan Yatra from Navdwip in Nadia district on 6 February. Under this, Parivartan Yatra reached Murshidabad on 7 February via Nakashipada in Nadia. As part of the yatra, party members interacted with the common people and distributed publicity material and gave information about the schemes and development works of the central government. The AC van has been given the shape of a chariot for the yatra and pictures of BJP leaders and many great men of Bengal have also been put on it. The police officer said, the chariot was going to Baharampur and was told not to go on a particular route via Hariharpur as there are some sensitive areas there. The chariot was stopped at Beldanga as it was passing through Bharat Sevashram Sangha. Ghosh said that no such request was made on behalf of the administration.

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