Big shock to Mamta: Shubendu Adhikari said goodbye to the party, will join BJP Before the assembly elections, ruling Trinamool Congress (TMC) leader Shubhendu Adhikari has said goodbye to the party today. He has resigned from all TMC posts.
In West Bengal, there is rebellion inside the ruling Trinamool Congress (TMC) ahead of the assembly elections. Many ministers and MLAs of TMC have been seen adopting rebel attitude. Meanwhile, Shubhendu Adhikari, who was a minister in the Mamta government of West Bengal, has said goodbye to the party today. He has resigned from all TMC posts. Earlier, Shubhendu resigned as MLA For information, let us tell you that earlier on Wednesday, Shubhendu Adhikari resigned from the post of MLA. At the same time, it is believed that Shubhendu can soon join the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) after resigning from TMC. According to the information received, Trinamool rebel leader and MLA Shubhendu Adhikari can hold the BJP flag in the presence of Union Home Minister and strongman Amit Shah on Saturday (December 19).Amit Shah on a two-day Bengal tour Explain that Union Home Minister Amit Shah will be visiting Bengal on December 19 and 20. During this time, Shubhendu officials can join BJP in his presence. With this, his 20 years of association with Trinamool and Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee will end. Let us tell that in 2006, on the Trinamool ticket, the MLA was elected for the first time from the Kanthi South Assembly seat. Shubhendu became the poster boy in the 2007 Nandigram movement. Subsequently, in 2009, he was elected MP from Tamluk. He was re-elected MP in 2014. However, after being elected as an MLA from Nandigram in 2016, he stepped down as MP and became the Transport Minister of Bengal. His political career graph was constantly increasing. However, as the BJP won a landslide victory in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections and the appointment of electoral strategist Prashant Kishore, he became angry as soon as Mamata’s MP nephew Abhishek Banerjee grew in stature and the result was that he would now say goodbye to Trinamool Are going His brother Divyendu Adhikari Tamulak and father Shishir Adhikari are Trinamool MPs from Kanthi.This is the detail of Home Minister Amit Shah’s visit to Bengal 19 December Visit to Medinipur Ramakrishna Mission Visit Siddheshwari temple visit Wreaths on the idol of Khudiram Bose Darshan in another temple Lunch at farmer’s house General Assembly in Midnapore Also read: SC hearing on Kisan agitation, what did CJI say? Read full details here 20 December Visit bolpur Visiting Visva-Bharati Lunch at the house of a folk singer road show Press conference.
UP BJP workers will contest Ran in West Bengal, Keshav Maurya visits on 19th
UP BJP workers will contest Ran in West Bengal, Keshav Maurya visits on 19th Before the Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections, the BJP has started work on the mission West Bengal Fatah. The BJP has decided to send activists and officials from different states to West Bengal to woo the voters of Bengal.The BJP has started work on a war footing to win the battle of West Bengal. UP BJP workers and officials will also be sent to West Bengal to change the mind of the Hindi language voters. It starts on December 19 with the visit of Deputy Chief Minister of the state Keshav Prasad Maurya. Before the Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections, the BJP has started work on the mission West Bengal Fatah. The BJP has decided to send activists and officials from different states to West Bengal to woo the voters of Bengal.The figures collected by the party about West Bengal voters According to the data collected by the party about West Bengal voters, the number of people living in West Bengal from various districts of the state including eastern Uttar Pradesh is very good. Since the involvement of the family of such voters has so far been from Uttar Pradesh. Therefore, by contacting such people, they can be motivated to join the BJP. The party intends that the Hindi-speaking voter class of West Bengal should come together and prepare to vote for the BJP. The duty of state BJP leaders and workers is being imposed in West Bengal Under this scheme, the duties of state BJP leaders and workers are being imposed in West Bengal. A list of people whose relatives are living in Kolkata has been collected from party officials and workers. According to sources associated with the BJP organization, there is a plan to send party leaders and officials for assembly-wise public relations. At present, it is being started with the visit of West Bengal by Deputy Chief Minister and Public Works Minister Keshav Prasad Maurya. He will be in West Bengal on 19 and 20 December. During this time their programs have been put up in different assembly constituencies. ALSO READ: Crore SBI customers face blow, Bank orders strict The responsibility of fixing the responsibility of UP workers and officials in Mission Bengal has been entrusted to the party’s state general secretary organization Sunil Bansal. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath will also be cast as the star campaigner in West Bengal. Other BJP leaders from Uttar Pradesh will also be assigned a star campaigning role during the election campaign. Separate contingents of BJP workers will be deployed in West Bengal to support local BJP workers.
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