Ahead of the West Bengal Assembly elections, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Narottam Mishra who has been assigned the responsibility of 48 Assembly seats in the state said, “BJP will bring law against Love Jihad in Bengal if it comes to power.” Speaking further, the BJP leader said that laws for cow protection will be brought in the state.
Narottam Mishra: BJP will bring law against love jihad
While speaking further, Madhya Pradesh Home Minister said that former President of India Pranab Mukherjee has clearly written in his book that Nehru and Gandhi family are completely responsible for destroying every citizen’s dream of Akhand Bharat. Mishra said, Gandhi & Nehru family had left no stone unturned in dividing India by creating Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal and Kashmir by imposing Article 370.
Stating that the citizens of India will never forgive them for dividing India, Mishra said that as people of India are becoming aware of how Indian National Congress (INC) destroyed their dream of ‘one nation’, the party is slowly moving towards its end.” INC has now become a sinking ship,” Mishra added.
The West Bengal Assembly with 294 seats will go to polls in April-May 2021, Trinamool holds 222 seats. However, BJP has made major inroads in the state in the Lok Sabha elections winning 18 seats and establishing itself as the major opposition force in the state.
Recently TMC trumped BJP in all 3 bypolls but the BJP is using its booth-level strategy, has regularly dispatched its top leaders including Amit Shah and JP Nadda in the state for winning the upcoming elections.
The address at Visva-Bharati is likely to entail the Prime Minister’s official entry into the poll fray, in a state that the BJP regards as its final frontier and against a tremendously strong and popular regional power in Mamata Banerjee.
On 31 October, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath announced that a law to curb love jihad would be passed by his government.
The Uttar Pradesh state cabinet cleared the ordinance on 24 November 2020 following which it was approved and signed by state Governor Anandiben Patel on 28 November 2020.
On December Madhya Pradesh approved a anti conversion bill same to the Uttar Pradesh one.