Assembly elections are due in West Bengal next year. The political parties have already geared up for these elections. For this, the BJP has formed a 117-member election management team. This team is divided into 31 units. All have been assigned different tasks regarding the election. From booth management to social media have also been allocated. A unit has been formed to coordinate with the Election Commission.In the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, BJP had secured 40 percent votes in Bengal. BJP had won 18 of the 42 seats in the state. Now the BJP is eyeing the upcoming assembly elections. Bengal, with 294 assembly seats, is expected to go to polls in May next year. Earlier last month, Home Minister Amit Shah began campaigning with a two-day visit to Bengal.Shah had challenged the Mamata government by claiming to win more than 200 seats in Bengal. According to the information, the entire BJP team will work under the strict supervision of its central leadership in Delhi. It also includes Union Home Minister Amit Shah and the party's national president JP Nadda. Shah and Nadda are expected to camp in Bengal every month till the elections are over. After the victory of Bihar, the BJP has become very excited about the Bengal elections.