Bengal BJP New President: BJP got the youngest president in Bengal, has an old relationship with RSS, know who is Sukant Majumdar

Bengal BJP New President: BJP got the youngest president in Bengal, has an old relationship with RSS, know who is Sukant Majumdar

BJP MP 41-year-old sukant Majumdar ( Sukanta Majumdar ) The new president of West Bengal ( Bengal BJP President has made). He has been given the command of West Bengal. However, Dilip Ghosh ( Dilip Ghosh ) has made national vice-president of the party. He has taken over the post of President in place of Dilip Ghosh. Dilip Ghosh was the Bengal BJP president for six years. Sukanta Majumdar has made it clear with becoming the West Bengal BJP President that he will work on rectifying the mistakes. It is being claimed that this change has been made in view of the poor performance of the party in the assembly elections.

Sukant Majumdar's appointment comes a day after former Union minister Babul Supriyo joined TMC. Let us first know who is Sukant Majumdar. Sukant is Professor of Botany (Botany) at Gour Banga University, Malda. Sukanta Majumdar did his PhD from the North Bengal University of Siliguri. Dr. Mazumdar has published more than 15 scientific papers in national and international journals which were based on his research.

Sukant Majumdar is an active worker of RSS

Sukanta Majumdar is an active RSS worker and defeated TMC candidate Arpita Ghosh in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections from Balurghat seat by more than 33 thousand votes. Sukanta Majumdar is counted among the quiet leaders of the party. He is always seen avoiding making controversial and provocative statements. Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Amit Shah took charge of campaigning for the party in the assembly elections and Sukant Majumdar was often seen on the stage in the party's meetings. Sukanta Majumdar is considered very close to Dilip Ghosh and sources say that the central leadership was recommended by Dilip Ghosh to make Sukanta Majumdar the president.

Why was Sukanta Majumdar made the president?

According to BJP sources, Sukanta Majumdar, who is the youngest state president of the party at 41, has been asked to strengthen the organization and prevent defection of party MLAs to TMC amid the post-assembly election stampede in the BJP. has been brought for. BJP had expected an absolute majority in these elections, but the results of the elections had taken everyone by surprise. The BJP had won only 77 seats out of 292. At the same time, TMC had won 213 seats in these elections. TMC leaders credited this victory to Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee. After this, two Lok Sabha MPs quit as MLAs to secure their seats, while four MLAs left the BJP and joined TMC, including Mukul Roy. Accordingly, BJP has 71 seats left.

Why did Dilip Ghosh leave after all?

Dilip Ghosh was made the president in 2015 after Rahul Sinha, despite repeatedly making controversial statements about TMC and Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee. He has proved to be the most successful state president of BJP. Under Dilip Ghosh's leadership, the party won 18 Lok Sabha seats in Bengal in 2019, compared to just 2 in 2014, SS Ahluwalia in Darjeeling and Babul Supriyo in Asanlos. Dilip Ghosh was instrumental in expanding the organization at the grassroots level and keeping the rank and file of the party charged with his fiery speeches. However, as the president, the huge infighting in the party had emerged as a major problem. The state unit of the BJP was split into two lobbies, led by Dilip Ghosh and former BJP national vice president Mukul Roy.

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100 Crore Corona Vaccine: PM Modi played an important role in securing the countrymen from the epidemic

100 Crore Corona Vaccine: PM Modi played an important role in securing the countrymen from the epidemic

India has set a milestone in the path of vaccination run to drive away the corona epidemic. India has crossed the mark of installing 100 crore vaccines. Let us tell you that in January 2020, when many countries of the world started coming under the grip of Corona epidemic, then India had taken strict steps to stop it from the very beginning. Under this, PM Modi, taking tough decisions, announced a nationwide lockdown. Gradually it was carried forward. After its positive results came out, it was gradually relaxed. It was a big challenge before the government to bring the derailed economy back on track. For this two things were necessary. The first was to bring the country to normalcy and the second was to protect the lives of the people of the country. PM Modi has accomplished both of these very well.

Arogya Setu App launched

On 2 April 2020, PM Modi launched the Arogya Setu app in the country, which could find out who was infected around us. Along with this, the country was also imparted information about its information, prevention and treatment. This effort of the central government not only got popularity in the country but the UN Secretary General also mentioned it in his address. At that time, India was among the few countries that had resorted to technology to end the epidemic.

Took continuous meeting to take stock of the situation

PM Modi constantly held virtual meetings to get the country out of this epidemic and also sought suggestions from veterans. He made it easy for the vaccine production to be made within the stipulated time and to ensure its distribution. Not only this, under his guidance, the country not only made available all kinds of essential goods in the market to save the lives of its people, but also exported them to other countries.

when the first vaccine was given

Due to the guidance shown by PM Modi and the efforts of the scientists of the country, the first vaccine of corona vaccine was administered in India on 16 January 2021. The 34-year-old sanitation worker who took this vaccine was Manish Kumar. He was given the first dose at AIIMS in Delhi. Along with this, India also started the world's largest vaccination programme. From here, India had taken steps to overcome this deadly epidemic.

Continually made public aware

During the epidemic, PM Modi constantly campaigned for the country and the people of the country to be aware and alert about it. He gave the slogan to the countrymen, till there is no medicine, then do not lax. He made people aware of the countrymen to put on face masks, not to leave the house for unnecessary things, to keep distance from each other and to show symptoms as well as to the doctor. At the time when there was a debate among the people of the country regarding the price and availability of corona vaccine, the Center had given great relief to the people of the country by announcing free vaccination to all.

Contribution in removing the country and the world from the pandemic

Let India take the welfare of the world forward by joining the Gavi plan of the World Health Organization, which was started with the aim of removing the country and the whole world from the epidemic. For this, India also sent the vaccine to other countries with help and commercially. Vaccines were also given to our neighboring countries on the basis of humanity and need. On March 1, PM Modi took the first dose of the vaccine and silenced those who were spreading false propaganda and spreading about the vaccine. He said that to get the country out of the epidemic, get the vaccine as soon as possible. One after the other, the other Union Ministers also got the vaccine installed and told that it is completely safe. In April 2021, after taking the second dose of the vaccine, PM Modi said that it was not detected.

milestone in vaccination 

At the end of June, India had also overtaken the US in terms of vaccination and in July India crossed the figure of 500 million vaccines. At that time, PM Modi had expressed happiness and said that 'India's vaccination campaign is gaining momentum, congratulations to everyone for this. In September 2021, when India touched the figure of giving 750 million doses of vaccine, it was also praised by the World Health Organization. At that time, Poonam Khetrapal, regional director of the WHO's Southeast Asia Office, said in a statement that it took 85 days for India to administer the first 100 million doses, but only 13 days to reach 650 million to 750 million.  

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