Challenging the West Bengal government's 'Didi Ke Bolo' (Tell Didi)
mass outreach campaign, an initiative to help the people of the state get a platform for lodging complaints directly with Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, the BJP has come up with an innovative counter with Bengal BJP President Dilip Ghosh in the limelight. Ghosh is all set to visit villages across the state and directly hear people's complaints and grievances over a cup of tea - an initiative that the BJP has termed 'Cha Chakra' (tea circle)
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The state unit of the saffron party on Thursday released a video letting know of the initiative. The text in the video literally throws an open challenge to the 'Didi Ke Bolo' initiative by saying that unlike the TMC initiative, BJP's programme will not involve a superfluous display of concern for the public through phone calls or letters, but will get directly down to business as Dilip Ghosh will himself make visits across villages in 'Cha Chakra' for discussing problems with the public, face to face.