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Grand nephew of Netaji, Chandra Kumar Bose joins BJP in Amit Shah's presence
BJP Party president Amit Shah at his first public meeting after being re-elected today in Howrah's Dumurjola in West Bengal said that the time had come for West Bengal to join other states on the path to development, and hence the people of the state should ensure that a BJP government under the leadership of Narendra Modi is formed.

Amit Shah at the public meeting also welcomed Chandra Kumar Bose, the grand nephew of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, who was present at the rally today into the party. Mr Bose had also been present on Saturday at the National Archives in Delhi where 100 files on Netaji had been made public by PM Modi

Lashing out at the Mamata Banerjee led Trinamool Congress government, Shah said that it had done nothing for the people despite promising so much.

Accusing the Mamata government of corruption, Shah said that the only industry thriving in state was the chit fund industry, taking a jibe at the CM who is accused in the Sharadha chit fund scam. He said that 17 lakh people of West Bengal wanted to know where the money of Saradha and Rose Valley chit funds had gone.

Shah also thanked BJP workers for re-electing him and instilling their faith in him, and promised to work even harder for the party.




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