Union ministers Nitin Gadkari and Smriti Irani besides Singh and Shah will be addressing these meetings starting from January 18, party sources said.
They are likely to harp about the failure of the Mamata Banerjee government's law and order machinery at Kaliachak in Malda, where over a lakh people had assembled last week over the alleged blasphemous remarks of a right wing leader and a section of it later turned violent.
While Gadkari is tentatively scheduled to hold a public meeting in South Dinajpur, which is close to Malda as the Malda administration denied permission to his rally there (Malda), on January 18.
Singh will hold a rally at Barasat in North 24 Parganas district on January 21, while Irani is likely to hold a rally in Burdwan on January 22 and Shah in Howrah on January 25, a party leader said.
The BJP has accused the TMC government of taking no action against the organisers due to its vote bank politics, alleging that they stoked communal passions.

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