In the development of Trinamool Congress leaving most leaders in a day, on Saturday, veteran leader Shubhendu Adhikari and 34 other leaders including five MLAs and an MP held the BJP flag in the presence of Union Home Minister Amit Shah.
Every year in India, a festival of democracy is celebrated in some part of the country. Bihar elections were held in 2020. Where the NDA won. Although these elections in Bihar were not like every time, this time the NDA had to work hard to gain power. Now in 2021, all eyes are set on West Bengal Poll 2021. The Left Front ruled for decades in West Bengal. After that Mamata Banerjee came and made a major reshuffle in politics and since then she has been in power. But now Mamta didi will also be upset because now they are also leaving with her own.
White saree and fast and fast moves in face. This is the identity of Mamta Banerjee. Mamta Banerjee is very stubborn and combative. The special thing is that his style has been in his blood. He has inherited this militancy from his teacher and freedom fighter father Pramileshwar Banerjee. It was due to these qualities that he broke his ties with the Congress in 1998 and founded the Trinamool Congress, within a span of 13 years, he had brought his party to power by overthrowing the decades-long Left Front government in the state. In the 2011 assembly elections, he single-handedly led the Trinamool Congress to the pinnacle of power.
Mamta Banerjee may be saying that she does not mind the departure of these leaders but the real pain will be in her heart. Those who once used to discuss the state’s politics, they are now blaming them only. But all this did not happen in a day. Mamta Banerjee is also responsible for this. According to local sources and rebel leaders of TMC, a section of Trinamool ministers, MLAs, MPs and grassroots activists resent his nephew Abhishek Banerjee and election strategist Prashant Kishore. These leaders allege that both of them are running the party in an arbitrary manner.
In the development of Trinamool Congress leaving most leaders in a day, on Saturday, veteran leader Shubhendu Adhikari and 34 other leaders including five MLAs and an MP held the BJP flag in the presence of Union Home Minister Amit Shah. Shah claimed on the occasion that Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee will be left alone in her party till the assembly elections in West Bengal. At the same time, a senior leader of the Trinamool Congress also feared that more party leaders might join the BJP in the coming times.
After Saturday, 15 Trinamool Congress MLAs, three CPI-M MLAs and two Congress MLAs have joined the BJP. The BJP has six MLAs in the 294-member state assembly. The officer resigned from the Trinamool Congress earlier this week and also relinquished the post of minister in the Mamata Banerjee government. He has also resigned from the membership of the Legislative Assembly but has not yet accepted it.