Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, however, holds an annual rally every July for her party at the same venue.
Koda’s openness to talks is a change from his stand during the Lok Sabha elections.
The BJP and the Shiv Sena are said to be close to reaching an understanding.
However, there is also a section in the party which is against Irani moving out of the ministry.
The Calcutta HC on Tuesday directed the commissioner of Kolkata Police to meet state BJP representatives.
With West Bengal being the next destination for the BJP after J&K, party chief Amit Shah is leaving no stone unturned to capture the minds of people in the state.
Ahead of campaigning, the Delhi unit has been told to organise 3,000 programmes for Swachh Bharat Abhiyan.
The announcement is expected to be made soon, sources said.
According to sources, Shah will cut down the number of national cells from 44 and may constitute less than 20.
On Shah, the magazine praised the 50-year-old leader for ‘building a formidable campaign machine’ in Uttar Pradesh.
Amit Shah said Chhattisgarh saw development under BJP rule and promised the same for Jharkhand.
All major political parties in the state have not released their manifestos for the assembly elections of 2014.
The BJP president met local party leaders and workers in Auranagbad and reportedly discussed strategies to strengthen the party base.
“Public will get answers. I will speak at appropriate time,” said BJP president Amit Shah.
To win over residents, the BJP has planned 2,700 jansabhas at all polling stations. These jansabhas will begin from December 1.