The party is also planning to shift its present state headquarter on 6 Muralidhar Sen Street in the city to a new location, which will be more spacious.

"We are looking for new places both in the districts and in the city for setting up new party offices. We are planning to shift to new offices as soon as we get suitable place," BJP state president Rahul Sinha said.
The decision to open new party offices was taken in a recent meeting of office-bearers attended among others by Union minister Nirmala Sitharaman, who has been deputed to look after BJP's affairs in West Bengal. The party is at present divided into 36 organisational districts.
"Now we have land or offices in about six to seven places. In the remaining 29 to 30 organisational districts we are looking for offices," BJP vice-president Sushanta Pal said.
According to BJP sources, the new offices will be equipped with desktops, laptops, wifi connection and e-library besides large conference halls which can accommodate at least 100-150 people at a time along with press conference room, retiring room for party leaders and workers and car parking.

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