Kolkata, Sep 13 (UNI) Predicting mid-term Lok Sabha polls in February end, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) would field candidates in all the 42 seats of West Bengal, BJP state general secretary Rahul Sinha today said.
Talking to newspersons here, he said ''we are expecting the Lok Sabha polls in the end of February and accordingly will select our candidates within 15-days and give them the nod to start campaigning.'' ''But, we will also put condition before the selected candidates to leave those seats if any alliance claims it,'' he added.
He said the party would accord priority to four issues like price hike in commodities, corruption, demolition of Ram Sethu and migration during its campaign.
He asserted that the India-US civil nuclear agreement would be signed and the Left parties would not be able to backtrack from their earlier stand.
He informed that a huge procession would be taken out from College Square to Esplanade east on September 26 and seven meetings would be held in various districts of the state within November and December where several leaders from the centre would be present.