After the defeat in the assembly elections in Bengal, the BJP may face another major setback. In Bengal, BJP's big leader and party's national vice president Mukul Roy can return home today. That is, there is speculation of him returning to the Trinamool Congress (TMC). It is being told that he can return to Trinamool Congress today along with his son Shubhranshu. Under this, he can meet Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee at Trinamool headquarters in Kolkata at 3 pm today.
It is believed that in this meeting, the nephew of Mamta Banerjee, MP, and recently appointed National General Secretary of the party, Abhishek Banerjee will also be present. Although officially, neither Trinamool Congress nor Mukul has clarified anything about this. Significantly, Mukul was once considered the most special of Mamata Banerjee, but due to differences, he left the party in 2017 and joined the BJP. At the same time, after the results of the recently concluded Bengal assembly elections, Mukul has been constantly keeping his distance from the BJP. He did not even attend the party meeting recently. In such a situation, there was constant speculation about his return home. Meanwhile, the political mercury is hot after the news of his meeting with Mamata Banerjee today. It is worth mentioning that at present there are many such leaders in BJP. Those who are preparing to return to TMC. Let us inform you that this time Mukul has also won from Krishnanagar seat in Nadia district in the assembly elections.
BJP leaving because of this
Sources say that the stature of Suvendu Adhikari is increasing continuously in the Bengal BJP. He has also been made the Leader of the Opposition. In such a situation, Mukul Roy's restlessness was increasing, due to which he made up his mind to return to his old party.
TMC leader gave indications
It is worth noting that recently senior TMC leader and MP Saugata Roy had also hinted about Mukul's return home. He had said, 'There are many people who are in touch with Abhishek Banerjee and want to come back. I think those returning from the party can be divided into two categories. These are softliners and hardliners. Softliners are those who left the party but never insulted Mamata Banerjee. Hardliners are those who have made public statements about Mamata Banerjee. The important thing is that Mukul Roy did not make any personal allegations against Mamta Banerjee. As such, they are considered softliners.
Just before the Bengal assembly elections, there is increasing uneasiness among the leaders who hold the BJP flag by changing party. By advising his current party and leaders, he is busy sending a message to the Trinamool leadership that he too wants to return. From Sonali Guha to Rajib Banerjee, the name of the media is cropping up again and again. Looks like all defectors want to go back to Trinamool.
Category: India: West Bengal