In addition to attending meetings and holding a rally, Amit Shah also traveled to forward areas along the India-Bangladesh border during his two-day visit, his first to West Bengal since the 2021 assembly polls.
Nisith Pramanik and Suvendu Adhikari, head of the BJP in Kolkata, welcomed Shah upon his arrival at the airport.
The home minister is expected to inaugurate the BSF’s floating border outposts at Hingalganj and lay the foundation stone for the ‘Maitri’ museum at Haridaspur on Thursday.
His evening schedule includes a public speech in Siliguri.
On Friday, Shah will visit the Teen Bigha border area of India and Bangladesh, where he will meet with BSF personnel.
The minister will meet BJP office-bearers at the state headquarters on Friday after attending a program at Kolkata’s Victoria Memorial Hall.