West Bengal: After TMC now BJP to make organizational changes

Bengal BJP chief Dilip Ghosh said that several politicians have joined their clan from other parties

After the election debacle for the Bharatiya Janata Party now the saffron camp is concentrating on new and young faces and is making organisational changes to make the base strong. According to the sources of saffron party, in keeping with the 42 Parliamentary seats in West Bengal 39 organisational zilla had been made and strengthening of all the blocks were going on in full swing.
“In the recently concluded Legislative election BJP had done badly in South Bengal in comparison to North Bengal for which not just district changes will take place even in mandals. The list will be sent to Central leaders. The state chapter is giving more stress on young and new faces and the youths are likely to be given more responsibility,” said the sources.
West Bengal BJP chief Dilip Ghosh said that several politicians have joined the their clan from other parties and they will be given charges so that their experience can also be utilized by the BJP. “Ahead of the polls and even today several experienced people have joined the BJP and to utilize their experience even those people will be used and several changes will happen soon,” said Ghosh.
Notably, a week before in keeping with ‘one person, one post’ policy the ruling Trinamool Congress had made several organizational changes and even few experienced people have also been replaced by new faces.

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