Recently, Bengali actor Yash Dasgupta, who recently joined the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), says he is ready for the upcoming contest. West Bengal Although the assembly election was held, he firmly said that the final decision would be taken by the party.
“I am ready to fight the election but the final decision will be taken by the party. If we want to bring change in the state and the country, we cannot stay out of the system. We have to stay in the system. Change. Informed ANI.
The actor-politician says there is unemployment in the state.
“There are no jobs in Bengal. Young people have to go to another state for employment. Bengal lags behind other states,” he said.
Dasgupta said maintaining a balance between his work and politics would not be a problem for him.
“I don’t see any problem in balancing my work and politics. I recently met Amit Shah Zia. He told me that there is nothing to fear and I can work without hesitation. I have been given a free hand.
Elections for 294 assembly seats are scheduled to be held in West Bengal this year.
In the 2016 West Bengal Assembly elections, out of 294 seats, the Congress won 44 seats and the Left Front won 33 seats. The ruling TMC got 211 and the BJP 3 seats.
The BJP has emerged as a strong candidate in the state after winning 18 Lok Sabha seats in the 2019 general elections.
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