All publications of Arijit Halder . कोलकाता , भारत
Kolkata: "Mission Bengal" as a main priority, Union Home Minister Amit Shah will be in the state on Saturday for a two-day visit, which will incorporate a roadshow in Birbhum and a public convention in Midnapur. The buzz is that he may likewise obtain another pioneer for his gathering - Bengal's previous clergyman Suvendu Adhikari, who quit the decision Trinamool Congress on Thursday.
The acceptance service is probably going to be held in Midnapore, Mr Adhikari's home turf, where Amit Shah would hold a meeting on Saturday evening.
The roadshow in Birbhum has been planned for Sunday, hours after his visit to the Visva Bharati University - set up in 1921 by Rabindranath Tagore.
On the two days, Mr Shah would visit close by sanctuaries and lunch with local people. On Saturday, he would visit a rancher family unit. Sunday lunch will held at the home of Baul vocalist - the meandering entertainers of the state.
Mr Shah has given the state BJP a precarious objective for the following year's gathering political race. The gathering, he has stated, should win 200 of the state's 294 get together seats.