Mr Shah pointed out the huge gathering, who he said had made up their mind to vote for a BJP government in Bengal under Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s leadership.
The home minister said the BJP would ensure all the welfare programmes of the Centre were implemented and infiltration across the borders of Bengal was stopped.
Asked to comment on TMC’s accusation that some police officials were being transferred at the behest of the BJP, Mr Shah said the ECI was an independent institution.
“Why Mamata Didi is fearing the police officials if she is the leader of the people,” Mr Shah said.
“We do not fear the policemen if one district policemen are transferred,” he added.
Mr Shah said the BJP would come to power in Bengal winning over 200 seats and form the government.
West Bengal will go to an eight-phase poll from March 27 for the 294 seats.
Mr Shah led the roadshow for BJP candidate Hiron Chatterjee amid chanting of “Jay Shree Ram” and “Bharat Mata Ki Jay” by as hundreds and thousands of saffron brigade activists.
The maiden roadshow of Amit Shah in Bengal after the ECI announced the eight-phase assembly election schedule.
The 1 km roadshow from Maloncho in the industrial town of West Medinipur took over an hour.
Besides Mr Shah, state president Dilip Ghosh and party national general secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya and candidate Hiron Chatterjee were on the roadshow. (UNI)