BJP president Amit Shah will kick off party’s campaign on Wednesday for the November 28 assembly elections in Mizoram.

Shah would address BJP’s statewide booth level workers meet at R. Dengthuama Indoor Stadium in Aizawl where he would kick off the party campaign for the upcoming election to the 40-member Mizoram legislative assembly, state BJP unit president Prof John V Hluna told PTI Tuesday.

Shah would induct Dr Buddha Dhan Chakma, a ruling Congress legislator who resigned from the state assembly Tuesday, in the meeting in the presence of BJP election in charge of Mizoram Himanta Biswas (Finance Minister of Assam), Nagaland deputy chief minister Y. Patton and other leaders on Wednesday.

Shah would also inaugurate the BJP office in Aizawl before the meeting, Hluna said.

Mizoram is slated to go to vote on November 28.

Mizoram is the only state in the entire North-East where Congress is in power at present. BJP leaders have been asserting that they would make all efforts to remove it from the power from the state to paint the whole North-Eastern states with the saffron colour.