Kolkata, Dec 29 (PTI) BJP national general secretary Bhupender Yadav on Saturday held a meeting with leaders of its West Bengal unit and discussed various organisational issues. Also Read - Mamata Banerjee Reminds PM Modi of Unpaid GST Dues at COVID Meet with CMs
“It was a routine meeting. We discussed many organisational aspects,” Yadav told PTI. Also Read - COVID-19: PM Modi Holds Virtual Meeting With States, Home Minister Amit Shah Also Present
The meeting comes at a time when the Bengal BJP has been organising law violation programs across the state, in protest against the Trinamool Congress government’s decision to disallow the saffron party’s proposed Rath Yatras. Also Read - Mamata Banerjee Calls Amit Shah's Lunch At Tribal Family a 'Show Off', Says Food Was Cooked At Five Star Hotels
The three-phased Rath Yatra, also being called the ‘Save Democracy Rally’, was scheduled to be held this month, covering all the 42 Lok Sabha constituencies in the state. The rallies were to be flagged off by BJP president Amit Shah.
The Supreme Court on Monday declined an urgent hearing on a BJP plea challenging a Calcutta High Court order disallowing its yatras in the state.
This is published unedited from the PTI feed.