Lok Sabha Elections 2024: BJP targets Sandeshkhali discontent to win Basirhat.


Basirhat: BJP Candidate Rekha Patra Rides Wave of ‘Jai Shri Ram’ Cheers

Amidst the resounding chants of ‘Jai Shri Ram’, Rekha Patra takes the stage at the Basirhat Subdivisional Sports Association’s ground in the North 24 Parganas district of West Bengal. The atmosphere is electric as she addresses the crowd, her message clear: she is contesting to put an end to the rampant land-grabbing orchestrated by Mamata Banerjee’s supporters.

Patra’s journey into politics is a recent one, sparked by the turmoil in Sandeshkhali, a small island village in the Sundarbans of West Bengal. Since January 5th, when the village was engulfed in a whirlwind of political unrest, she has been thrust into the heart of the action.

“I seek your votes so that Mamata Banerjee’s goons can no longer grab the land of anyone else,” proclaims the BJP’s candidate for the Basirhat Lok Sabha constituency. Her words resonate with the crowd, who have long felt the impact of illegal land-grabbing and intimidation by Banerjee’s supporters.

Supporting Patra’s message is Suvendu Adhikari, a heavyweight in the BJP and the leader of the opposition in the state. His presence underscores the party’s commitment to addressing the grievances of the people of Basirhat.

The agitation against illegal land-grabbing, spearheaded by local women, has brought the issue to the forefront of the political landscape. Allegations of sexual harassment against Sheikh Shahjahan and his associates have only added fuel to the fire. In response, the BJP has swiftly moved to capitalize on the discontent, positioning itself as the champion of justice and accountability.

The women of Sandeshkhali have emerged as the face of resistance against the forces of corruption and exploitation. Their courage and determination have inspired a wave of solidarity across the region. As the BJP rallies behind their cause, the momentum for change continues to build.

The battle for Basirhat is not just about politics; it is a fight for the soul of West Bengal. The BJP’s campaign is centered around the themes of justice, empowerment, and security. It is a call to action against the entrenched powers that seek to stifle dissent and perpetuate injustice.

Patra’s candidacy symbolizes the grassroots movement for change that is sweeping across the state. Her journey from political novice to candidate for Lok Sabha is a testament to the power of ordinary people to effect real change.

As the election draws near, the people of Basirhat stand at a crossroads. They have the opportunity to cast their vote for a brighter future, free from fear and oppression. The BJP offers them hope and a vision for a better tomorrow.

In the words of Rekha Patra, “Together, we can reclaim our land, our dignity, and our future. Let us stand united and vote for change.” And amidst the cheers of ‘Jai Shri Ram’, the people of Basirhat prepare to make their voices heard.


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