WB polls: BJP will perform like Sourav Ganguly's batting, says Rajnath Singh

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Published on March 16, 2021 - Duration: 01:32s

WB polls: BJP will perform like Sourav Ganguly's batting, says Rajnath Singh

Ahead of the West Bengal Assembly elections, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on Tuesday said that whenever former Indian skipper and BCCI President Sourav Ganguly stepped out of the crease, it was sure that he would hit a six, similarly, the BJP has crossed the crease and will surely hit a six in upcoming polls and form the government in West Bengal.

"Whenever Sourav Ganguly crossed the crease, it was sure that he would hit a six.

Likewise, with your support in Lok Sabha, we have crossed the crease and surely we will hit a six in Assembly polls and form BJP government here," said the Defence Minister while addressing a public meeting in Paschim Medinipur.


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