The second phase of the West Bengal Assembly election is due to be held on April 1. Meanwhile, speculation has escalated with the statement by Bengal BJP (BJP) President Dilip Ghosh that the party will make him the chief minister of the state. Please say that the Chief Minister has yet to announce the name of West Bengal.
CM is not necessarily an MP: Dilip Ghosh
If a Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government is formed in Bengal, then who will become the chief minister of the state? To this, Dilip Ghosh said: “This decision will be made by the party, but it is not necessary for a deputy to become chief minister … When Mamata Banerjee became chief minister, she was not a deputy.
Will Dilip Ghosh become the Chief Minister of Bengal?
After Dilip Ghosh’s statement, speculation started to escalate that if the BJP wins in Bengal, Ghosh may become the next chief minister. In fact, Dilip Ghosh is the only known face who does not run for office in Bengal and is an MP for Lok Sabha from Medinipur.
While the BJP gave tickets to its four MPs of Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha in the elections to the Legislative Assembly of Bengal. These include Union Minister Babul Supriyo and Rajya Sabha member Swapan Dasgupta, who recently resigned Rajya Sabha to run for Vidhan Sabha election.
Mamta reached Vidhan Sabha by winning the by-election
Let me tell you, she was a Member of Parliament for Lok Sabha in 2011 when Mamata Banerjee uprooted the Bengal Power Left Front government. After the election, she contested the seat of the Legislative Assembly in Bhawanipur, where the by-election was to take place.
BJP confident of his victory: Dilip Ghosh
Dilip Ghosh said: “After the first phase of voting, only the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is confident in its victory. At the same time, Trinamool Congress (TMC) and its leaders are upset. As the election progresses, the trend established in the first phase of the BJP will pick up again and with every step the workers of the TMC will realize their own defeat.