Amit Shah and J P Nadda scheduled to visit Kolkata on 1 March

Ankur Bhattacharya Kolkata, 15 February: Union Home minister Amit Shah and BJP All India President J P Nadda are coming to the city on 1 March to boost the morale of party workers here and prepare an election strategy through a number of programmes before the coming Kolkata Municipal Corporation elections along with those of several district municipalities in April.

Informing this BJP National Secretary Rahul Sinha told here this afternoon, that though the exact programme of both the leaders during their one or two day visit were yet to be finalised, they were both likely to hold a number of important meetings with state party leaders and workers to chalk out a strategy with an eye to win most of the elections in various municipalities including taking the control of KMC.

Highlighting the importance of the visit of both the top leaders of the party outside Delhi for the first time after last week’s Assembly elections there,Sinha said in view of the importance of the municipal elections in West Bengal,BJP top leadership did not want to leave anything to chances and would leave no stone unturned to go all out for the coming poll, which was being seen as the party’s first major test before the Assembly elections in West Bengal,slated for 2021.

All out efforts would likely to be made to strengthen the party organisation from the booth level in the state to counter the ruling party,Sinha said and hoped that a political blue print would be chalked out during the proposed visit of Shah and Nadda in presence of all senior state BJP leaders.