Trinamool Congress (TMC) MLA Jitendra Tiwari, who had acknowledged that he has not being allowed to work for the folks and exited the party, stated he was back in the party late Friday. The MLA had additionally resigned from his put up of major member of TMC.
Tiwari met minister Aroop Biswas in Kolkata and apologised. “Tiwari was in the party and will be in the party,” Biswas stated, in a twist to pre-ballot defections.
The chief was second after Suvendu Adhikari to exit the party forward of Union residence minister Amit Shah’s go to to the state. The TMC’s Silbhadra Datta additionally exited the party on Friday.
“I have resigned from the post of the chairman of the Board of Administrators of Asansol Municipal Corporation. If I am not allowed to work, what will I do with the post? So, I resigned,” Tiwari was quoted as saying by the information company PTI. “There is no point in continuing in the TMC as I am not being allowed to work for the people,” he had alleged.
A number of TMC leaders are allegedly in contact with the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and are more likely to be part of it throughout Shah’s two-day go to to West Bengal. Chief minister Mamata Banerjee has alleged that the BJP’s leaders try to coerce her party members to exit and be part of the “saffron camp”.
In the upcoming assembly elections in West Bengal, the TMC seeks to retain the highest seat whereas BJP is campaigning onerous to disclaim Banerjee a third consecutive time period.