With the overwhelming response from all over India after UP Elections, The BJP president Amit Shah is going to start his five states Booth Chalo tour in which the party is traditionally weak. He started his tour starting from Naxal Bari, a village near Siliguri in the Party’s weakest state West Bengal which is a strong hold of communist from 1960s. He is going tour West Bengal, Kerala, Orissa, Tamil Nadu and Telangana. While the main agenda of the tour will be for 2019 elections, BJP tried to use this tour mainly to implement and test its fresh strategies in the coming year local body elections.
According to the sources Amit shah will reach siliguli tomorrow morning and then move to the village Naxalbari to start the tour. He is going to stay three days in each state and will talk to the Party men at booth level and he addresses the party organisations at various levels to beef up and prepare them for upcoming elections. Several Minister from central may join him at different places to participate in this tour to spread the Prime Ministers’s message of “Development for all”.