BJP President Amit Shah will be on a three-day visit of West Bengal from tomorrow as part of his 110-day long nationwide tour to strengthen the organisation.
Shah will meet party leaders, MLAs and other functionaries of the BJP during the tour and will chalk out strategies to further bolster the party's base in the state, a party statement said.
He will also meet people drawn from various sections of the society, it said.
West Bengal is among the states high on Shah's scheme of things for 2019 Lok Sabha polls.
It is among the five states Shah will visit twice as part of his ongoing nation-wide tour.
Earlier, he was in the state between April 25 and 27.
West Bengal Chief Minister and TMC chief Mamata Banerjee has emerged as a key opposition figure against the saffron party and the BJP is pulling out all stops to politically corner her.
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