#Kolkata: BJP will not hold a big public meeting in the state as the rate of corona infection is increasing The party has said that a public meeting of all BJP leaders, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, will be held with a maximum of 500 people.
A statement from the party said, “It has been decided not to hold a maximum of 500 people at the public rallies to be held by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP leaders in West Bengal.” These meetings will be held in open space in compliance with all corona rules ‘
The statement further said that Corona Help Desk and Corona Helpline numbers will be launched in every state as per the instructions of party president JP Nadda. 6 crore masks and sanitizers will be distributed in West Bengal alone
There are still three three-point elections left in West Bengal The CPME was the first among the political parties to announce that they would not hold large public rallies in the state On Sunday, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said that Corona would not hold any major meeting or march in Kolkata keeping in mind the situation. Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has also said that he will not campaign in the state with Corona in mind.
However, the BJP has not canceled any program of the Prime Minister or the Home Minister Instead, the party has decided to hold a small public meeting with a limited number of people