Bengal: Suvendu Adhikari reached Governor to complain about political violence, 2 dozen BJP MLAs were absent

Party MLAs, led by Bharatiya Janata Party leader Suvendu Adhikari, met the Governor and raised the issue of post-poll violence in the state. But during this meeting, about two dozen BJP MLAs were missing, after which speculation has intensified.

Political stir continues in West Bengal even after the assembly elections are over. The most difficult at this time is in the camp of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), where the leaders are constantly leaving. In the midst of all this, the party’s MLAs, led by party leader Shubhendu Adhikari, met Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar on the previous day and raised the issue of post-poll violence in the state. However, during this meeting, about two dozen BJP MLAs remained missing, after which speculation has intensified.

BJP leader in the assembly, Suvendu Adhikari, along with 50 BJP MLAs met the Governor on Monday. But at present, there are 75 BJP MLAs in the West Bengal Assembly i.e. 25 MLAs did not participate in this show of strength of Suvendu Adhikari.

Most of the MLAs who did not reach come from North Bengal. This is where the question arose as to whether the missing MLAs intend to join the TMC, as for the past several days and especially after Mukul Roy joined the TMC, there has been speculation that many BJP MLAs may join the TMC. Huh. When Shubhendu Adhikari was questioned about this, he said that not all the people were called in this.

Mukul Roy, who was seen in a big role during the assembly elections, has now left the Bharatiya Janata Party. Recently, he joined the TMC back in the presence of Mamta Banerjee. TMC also rewarded it and Mukul Roy was made the national vice-president.

Now such speculations are being made that many BJP leaders may go back to TMC. Among them, the name of Rajib Banerjee is running in the forefront, who left TMC before the elections and came to BJP.

BJP state president Dilip Ghosh has also given a statement about the leaders leaving the party continuously. Dilip Ghosh says that to stay in BJP, one has to sacrifice, those people who only want power can go.

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