Trinamool Congress (TMC) chief Kunal Ghosh on Sunday mentioned that Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leaders had been aggravated by their inner discord that just a few of their MPs had been attempting to affix the TMC.
This comes amid hypothesis that Trinamool Congress (TMC) leaders are going to depart the social gathering forward of West Bengal Assembly Polls.
“Yesterday some said Sougata Ray and others are joining another party. Sougata babu is a senior MP. BJP leaders are trying to silence the fact that they are annoyed at their internal discord as three to four of their MPs and other leaders are contacting us to join Trinamool Congress,” Mr Ghosh mentioned at a press convention.
TMC MP Sougata Roy, too, commented on the identical hypothesis earlier on Saturday, saying that he stood firmly together with his social gathering and would by no means be a part of the BJP, including BJP MP from Barrackpore Arjun Singh was a “third-class” politician and “Bahubali” for saying that he and five others were going leaving the party.
Despite the clarification by Mr Roy, BJP leader Kailash Vijayvargiya on Sunday said that many leaders from Congress, CPM, and TMC are looking forward to joining the BJP.
“BJP will battle independently, we imagine within the politics of 51 per cent vote. It is true that many leaders from Congress, CPM and TMC wish to be a part of BJP and we are going to accommodate them as per their functionality,” he advised ANI.
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