In West Bengal, the ruling Trinamool Congress Party (TMC) continues to create internal fighting. The process of resignation of leaders is not taking the name of pause. The party is now under damage control. Jitendra Tiwari has returned to the party with an apology.
After meeting Minister Arup Vishwas in the Mamta government, Tiwari said, “I am with TMC and will apologize to Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee.”
Kolkata: Former TMC Asansol district chief Jitendra Tiwari meets West Bengal minister & TMC leader Aroop Biswas; says, “I’m with TMC & will apologize to Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee.”
Jitendra Tiwari had tendered his resignation from post of TMC Asansol dist chief on Dec 17. pic.twitter.com/1IrvuPY0ch
– ANI (@ANI) December 18, 2020
It is being told that Arup Biswas has taken a U-turn after meeting Prashant Kishore. According to sources, Babul Supriyo was opposing Tiwari’s entry into BJP.
Mamta’s difficulties are increasing
Assembly elections are due next year in the state and the difficulties for Trinamool Congress are increasing from now. Earlier, the state transport minister and MLA Suvendu Adhikari also resigned from the post of MLA. Also, leaders like Sheelbhadra Dutta, Jitendra Tiwari and Kabirul Islam have also resigned from the party.
What is the charge on BJP
As some members of the Trinamool Congress left the party, party’s Lok Sabha MP Kakoli Ghosh Dastidar on Friday accused the BJP of making big promises to the leaders and luring them to join the party, saying it was a voice against the Centre’s policies Raising is a way of taking revenge on the Mamata Banerjee-led leadership.
When asked about the leaders who have recently resigned from the primary membership of the party, Kakoli Ghosh Dastidar said, ‘There are some people who want to do some work for personal benefit, in some special way, this is something For which our party will never allow because Didi (Mamata Banerjee) believes in transparency. ‘
Assembly speaker does not approve Suvendu’s resignation
West Bengal Assembly Speaker Viman Banerjee said on Friday that he has not accepted the resignation of Trinamool Congress MLA Suvendu Adhikari as it is not in conformity with the provisions of the Constitution and the rules of the House. Banerjee mentioned that the officer did not personally hand over the resignation letter to her.
He said that he does not know whether the officer’s move is voluntary and genuine. He said, until I am satisfied that the resignation is voluntary and genuine, it is not possible for me to accept it in the light of the provisions of the Constitution of India and the rules of functioning in the West Bengal Legislative Assembly.