Ahead of the 2021 meeting polls in West Bengal, Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat’s arrived on the group’s workplace in Kolkata. He is on a two-day visit to town from December 12 to 13 and he will meet young achievers within the state.
Bhagwat is scheduled to meet a gaggle of young achievers excelling in house analysis, NASA, microbiology, medical science within the state and those that got here again to India and are contributing in direction of the ‘Make in India’ or ‘Atmanirbhar’ mission.
Among others, Mohan Bhagwat will meet Sarod participant Pandit Tejendra Narayan Majumdar and famend poets, classical singers and authors. He will additionally meet selective ‘Sangathan Pramukhs’, who’re energetic within the state.
RRS chief had requested the important thing Sangha ‘Karyakartas’ within the state to join with the minority communities who strongly imagine in ‘Jatiyatabad’ (nationalism).
This is the fifth Bengal tour of Mohan Bhagwat after August 2019. Prior to this, he has visited Bengal thrice in 2019 and on 22 September 2020. Bhagwat’s visit is going down earlier than Amit Shah’s tour of Bengal on 19 December.
Bhagwat’s visit to Bengal is seen as essential amid a tussle between TMC and BJP after the assault on JP Nadda’s convoy.
Nadda’s convoy was attacked when he was on method to Diamond Harbour to attend a gathering on Thursday. Stones had been thrown at his convoy by alleged TMC staff at Sirakol within the South 24 Parganas district. The BJP management has slammed the state authorities over the mob assault on Nadda’s convoy.
Though Nadda, who was in a bullet-proof automobile, was unhurt, a number of BJP leaders together with its Bengal minder Kailash Vijayvargiya suffered accidents as alleged TMC staff pelted the convoy with stones, the celebration claimed.
Meanwhile, Union Home Minister and senior BJP chief Amit Shah is probably going to visit West Bengal for 2 days later this month to take inventory of the celebration organisation forward of the 2021 meeting polls, a senior celebration functionary of the state stated on Friday.