The Bharatiya Janata Party is getting into the fray with full force for the assembly elections of five states. In the election campaign, rallies will take place from Prime Minister Modi to Home Minister Amit Shah. The two leaders will have rallies in West Bengal and Assam.According to information received from sources, PM Modi will address 20 rallies in West Bengal and six in Assam. The West Bengal BJP has urged the central leadership to hold a rally in two large districts and one in smaller districts. PM Modi may have 20 rallies in the state, Home Minister Amit Shah’s 50 and BJP President JP Nadda’s 50 rallies.These rallies are going to start from March 7. On Sunday, PM Modi will address a big rally at the Brigade Ground in Kolkata. Earlier in February, PM Modi addressed an election meeting in Hooghly, where he fiercely attacked Mamata Banerjee. National Secretary and former MP Anupam Hazra, in-charge of the campaign committee of West Bengal BJP told Amar Ujala that we have demanded 25 PM rallies in West Bengal. Apart from this, Home Minister Amit Shah and National President JP Nadda have also demanded more than 35 rallies.Significantly, the Election Commission has announced the dates for the assembly elections in West Bengal, Assam, Puducherry, Tamil Nadu and Kerala. Assembly elections will be held in a total of eight phases in West Bengal.