New Delhi: BJP will win 65 seats, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) pioneer and Union Home Minister Amit Shah hosts asserted that the saffron get-together will frame the following government in West bengal with a pounding lion’s share. In a selective discussion with India TV during a street show in Singur in Hooghly area, Shah said that the gathering applicants will arise successful on 65-68 seats out of 91 seats that went to surveys in the initial three stages.
Shah on Wednesday visited Singur which was previously the focal point for hostile to land procurement development initiated by the Trinamool Congress. Mamata Banerjee had driven a mission in Singur in 2007 after Tata Motors procured land to set up a production line to make its much-advertised little vehicle Nano. The organization needed to move its Nano plant from Singur in 2008 to Gujarat.
Shah said that Singur has been avoided by industry since the fomentation and guaranteed fast industrialisation of the region if BJP is casted a ballot to control. Subsequent to winning the races, he said, the BJP government will guarantee that little, medium and huge enterprises are set up in Singur, arranged next to the public interstate associating Kolkata and New Delhi.
“We will build up the region by setting up businesses and a Rs 500 crore mediation reserve has been reported for potato cultivating, for which the region is known, in our Sankalp Patra (pronouncement),” he said.
“We will seek after governmental issues of improvement, exchange and participation, rather than showdown,” he said.
The senior BJP pioneer blamed Mamata Banerjee for enjoying governmental issues of mollification for votes. Shah at that point said that he invites Mamata Banerjee for conjuring Hindu Gods and Goddesses, and for discussing Chandi Path (songs to Goddess Durga) at public gatherings, yet joked it was “past the point of no return for her”.
“The BJP will win Bengal races with in excess of 200 seats in the kitty,” he said.
Shah’s street show wandered through the streets of Singur town for almost an hour from Dulepara more to Singur police headquarters. Bright banners, BJP banners and green and saffron inflatables specked course.