West Bengal: BJP’s ‘Slam’ Arun Govil targets Mamata, Entertainer Arun Govil, who played Lord Ram in the notorious TV arrangement of 1980s ‘Ramayana’ on Thursday joined the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). Govil will lobby for the gathering in West Bengal for the forthcoming get together decisions, the gathering said.
Tending to the media subsequent to joining the saffron party in New Delhi, Arun Govil applauded Prime Minister Narendra Modi, saying he has changed the meaning of legislative issues.
BJP’s ‘Slam’ Arun Govil targets Mamata, Focusing on Mamata Banerjee who gets disappointed with Jai Shri Ram trademarks, Arun Govil said there isn’t anything incorrectly in saying ‘Jai Shri Ram.
Arun Govil said, “Jai Shri Ram isn’t only a trademark… Mamata Banerjee is hypersensitive to ‘Jai Shri Ram’ however it’s anything but a political slogan…it is culture.”
Prior to the day, BJP reported 148 possibilities for the forthcoming to get together surveys in Bengal, including the gathering’s VP Mukul Roy and its previous state unit head Rahul Sinha.
The gathering proceeded with its technique of handling characters from various different backgrounds and sitting MPs as it named people artiste Ashim Sarkar from the Haringhata get together seat and researcher Gobhardhan Das from the Purbasthali Uttar.
The gathering has handled its previous state unit boss Rahul Sinha from Habra and previous Union priest and ex-TMC pioneer Mukul Roy from the Krishnanagar Uttar seat.
The BJP has so far declared five sitting MPs including a Union priest as its contender for get together surveys in the state.
Decisions for the West Bengal gathering will be held in eight stages, with first stage on March 27 and the keep going on April 29. The outcomes will be declared on May 2.
Prior to declaring the possibility for getting together surveys, entertainer Arun Govil, who assumed the part of Lord Ram in the mainstream Ramayana sequential, joined the BJP within the sight of senior gathering pioneers.