After Calcutta High Court gave green signal to BJP chief Amit Shah's rally in Kolkata at Victoria House, a jittered Trinamool Congress supremo and West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee is set to appeal against the order on Saturday.
The Calcutta High Court Friday appointed two special officers from the Kolkata Municipal Corporation (KMC) and West Bengal Fire Services Department for ensuring compliances of rules for BJP national president Amit Shah`s proposed Nov 30 Kolkata rally.
Welcoming the Calcutta High Court's verdict on the issue of BJP chief Amit Shah's rally in Kolkata, the party on Friday accused West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee of acting out of vendatta and frustration and said it will initiate the start of the end of "undemocratic" rule in the state.
The BJP on Friday claimed that the ruling Trinamool Congress had tried hard to stop its November 30 rally which is scheduled to be addressed by the party's national president Amit Shah, but the High Court put paid to it.
Notwithstanding the Kolkata Municipal Corporation (KMC) and the fire department denying permissions, the BJP Thursday said it will go ahead with the proposed Nov 30 city rally of its national president Amit Shah.
Lauding the Narendra Modi-led NDA government for making "historic" and "extraordinary" achievements in just six months, BJP president Amit Shah on Thursday said its government has not just made the life of the common man easier but also laid the foundation of a strong India.
The Calcutta High Court on Tuesday directed the BJP to apply for its party president Amit Shah's November 30 rally before the Fire Services Department and Kolkata Municipal Corporation before seeking the nod of the Kolkata Police.
Adityapur: BJP President Amit Shah Monday charged Congress with promoting corruption in the Jharkhand and also in the country and urged voters to be cautious against the "unholy" alliance of Congress-RJD-JD(U).
Blaming Jammu and Kashmir's political dynasties for the state's backwardness and corruption, BJP on Thursday said the time has come when the people themselves have decided to teach these families and their parties a lesson.
Jammu: BJP national president Amit Shah on Wednesday night reviewed the party's preparations for the upcoming Assembly elections in Jammu and Kashmir and exuded confidence of victory, saying the state's people wanted to get rid of the rule of dynastic parties.
New Delhi: With an eye on capturing power in the capital, BJP president Amit Shah on Tuesday directed the Delhi unit of the party to start a "massive" campaign focusing on over 11,000 booths to ensure a "historic victory" in the upcoming assembly polls.