There is only a short time left in the Lok Sabha elections. In such a situation, the political parties are making an electoral strategy as well as strengthening themselves. But the Chief Minister of West Bengal and Trinamool Congress chief Mamta Banerjee, who took the flag against the BJP, got shocked. The first blow to him was on Wednesday as a member of Bishnupur MP Saumitra Khan who left the party and took charge of the BJP.
It is believed that Anupam Hazare MP from Bolpur will also follow his footprints. A BJP leader said that besides Khan, nearly 6 MPs of TMC are in our contact. BJP’s Bengal unit has, of course, refused to highlight the names of those MPs who are in contact with him, but it is discussed that Arpita Ghosh and Satbadi Roy can also leave TMC.
Sources say that former party MP Mukul Roy, who is formerly the number two, and two dissidents, dissatisfied with the party can join the BJP. Political stir within TMC has started 10 days ago, while the chief minister is scheduled to hold a rally against BJP in Kolkata on January 19. TMC has dismissed Khan and Hazara from party due to anti-party activities. They are accused of corruption. The talk of joining the BJP by both the MPs was released last year from the monsoon session as it was clear that the party would not nominate them again for the Lok Sabha elections.
Hitting Banerjee, Khan said, “TMC is no longer a party, but she has become a private company of Mamta and her nephew Abhishek. The syndicate and the police raj are going on in Bengal together. ‘ Bankura’s supervisor Abhishek said, “Soumitra was the Congress and Trinamool candidate in 2011. He joined the Trinamool and became an MP in 2014. They should provide accounts of their MP fund fund expenditure. He is accountable to the people. ‘
Khan took the decision to leave the TMC when the SDPO of Bankura Sukomal Das registered a case against him in the case of corruption in the recruitment of primary teachers. One day earlier, his assistant Sushant Das was arrested.