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‘Not accorded due importance … ‘: As Bengal BJP leaders attack Mukul Roy, talks of lobby politics in state unit | India News – Times of India


NEW DELHI: Mukul Roy‘s exit from the BJP in Bengal evoked robust reactions from the celebration leaders even because it dropped at fore the variations throughout the state unit of the celebration. Some leaders felt that it was the end result of ‘lobby politics’ in the state unit.
A bit of state BJP leaders are of the view that Mukul Roy and different senior leaders, together with Sabyasachi Dutta, weren’t accorded due importance by the saffron celebration high brass through the meeting elections. They really feel solely a handful of leaders, similar to Suvendu Adhikari and actor-turned-politician Mithun Chakraborty got all tasks.
News company ANI quoting sources mentioned that there have been variations throughout the party-state unit and the elevation of Suvendu Adhikari as chief of opposition in the Bengal meeting triggered Mukul Roy’s exit.
The BJP, in the meantime, is learnt to be conserving a detailed eye on its members of Parliament from the state and the just lately elected MLAs in the state meeting.
Party sources mentioned there isn’t any trigger to imagine that different leaders can be leaving.
‘Lobby politics adversely affecting celebration’
Former MP Anupam Hazra claimed that “lobby politics” was adversely affecting the BJP in the state.
Taking to Twitter, he contended that it was excessive time that the state unit of the BJP put an finish to the observe and utilise leaders based on their benefit.
“Too much importance has been accorded to one or two leaders while ignoring and humiliating the rest. That has led to the present sad situation. There is also no trace of the royal passengers who had taken a chartered flight,” the tutorial-turned-politician, who had unsuccessfully contested the Lok Sabha polls in 2019, mentioned.
The former MP, who had converted from the TMC to the BJP in 2018, nevertheless, asserted that he’ll proceed to be a component of the saffron camp below all circumstances.
‘Mukul was leaking BJP’s inside info to TMC’
Hours after Mukul Roy returned to the Trinamool fold, the West Bengal BJP accused its former nationwide vice-president of leaking inside celebration info to the Trinamool.
State BJP vice-president Arjun Singh mentioned, “Nobody trusts him. Everybody knew that he provides internal information of BJP to TMC. If rivals get to know your planning, it causes you loss.”
Arjun Singh additional claimed that his time in politics was over.
“Mukul Roy was never a public leader. In West Bengal, politics can’t be done from AC room,” the state BJP chief mentioned.
‘Mukul Roy is Mir Jafar’
BJP MP Saumitra Khan in contrast Mukul Roy to Mir Jafar, commander of the Bengali military below Nawab of Bengal Siraj-ud-Daulah, for his ‘betrayal’.
“British East India Company connived with Mir Jafar to defeat Siraj ud-Daulah and enter India. We thought of him as Chanakya but he turned out to be Mir Jafar. His son lost in assembly election from Bijpur,” Khan mentioned.
“BJP works for the nation. Where there may be Dharma, solely there may be Karma. In the Mahabharata, we noticed that there was a battle between Dharma and Adharma. Even Dronacharya died when he was with Adharma. Mukul Roy is Mir Jafar and nothing else,” the BJP MP asserted.
‘Mukul roy’s exit may have no influence on Bengal BJP’
BJP state unit president Dilip Ghosh asserted that Mukul Roy’s transfer may have no influence on his organisation.
Ghosh, whereas speaking to reporters, mentioned he was unsure if the BJP would lose something from Roy’s choice, on condition that he was “unsure whether we gained anything” from his entry three-and-half years again.
‘Should he not resign as BJP MLA?’
BJP state unit vice-president Joyprakash Majumder, on his half, prolonged his finest needs to Roy, however mentioned that he ought to instantly stop all saffron celebration posts.
“Mukul babu is a veteran leader, he is a known face in Bengal politics. We wish him the best in his new innings but shouldn’t he forthwith quit from the primary membership and all other posts of the BJP? Should he not resign as the MLA as he had won a seat on the Lotus (BJP) symbol,” Majumder mentioned.
Taking a dig at Roy’s claims that not many leaders would have the ability to keep put for lengthy in the BJP, Majumdar mentioned, “We wonder if he was referring to TMC’s new politics of wiping out members of its main political rival.
“At least 18,000 ‘karya kartas’ (employees) of the BJP have been pressured to go away houses due to TMC terror. Tribal ladies in Malda district have turn out to be homeless. There have been different situations of assaults on ladies, which is unparalleled in India. These incidents in West Bengal are usually not coming to mild. The intellectuals, maybe, have run out of cash to purchase candles to take out protest rallies,” Majumdar added.



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