Rumblings of discontent in BJP's West Bengal unit- The New Indian Express

Rumblings of discontent in BJP’s West Bengal unit- The New Indian Categorical


KOLKATA: Rumblings of discontent inside BJP’s West Bengal unit have been heard on Saturday when a gaggle of insurgent leaders of the social gathering led by Union Minister Santanu Thakur voiced resentment over its newly constituted state committee.

Thakur, who held a gathering with a number of BJP leaders, informed reporters that the brand new state and district committees have “missed” the “sacrifice of the devoted and constant leaders” who’ve taken the saffron social gathering to its current place in Bengal.

“Those that have taken BJP to its current top have been ignored within the (state) committee. Ninety per cent of such leaders have been omitted from it. Essential Matua and different backward caste leaders have been ignored. The brand new committees each on the state and district ranges are actually full of inexperienced leaders,” he mentioned.

“Are some folks doing this to make sure that BJP can’t do nicely within the state ?” Thakur, an necessary Matua neighborhood chief, mentioned.

Alleging {that a} chief within the state BJP was working to weaken the organisation to assist TMC, he mentioned he’ll take up the problem with the saffron social gathering’s central management.

Requested if the leaders with whom he held the assembly will kind a parallel committee, Thakur mentioned “Wait a bit of extra. We are going to announce the whole lot earlier than you. We wish to strengthen the arms of Narendra Modiji, we wish to take away TMC from Bengal. We are going to by no means go away BJP.”

Leaders Joyprakash Majumder, Sayantan Basu, Ritesh Tewary, Ashok Kirtania, Subrata Thakur attended the assembly held at Kolkata Port Belief visitor home.

These leaders haven’t discovered place within the newly fashioned state and district committees and had attended a gathering at Thakur’s residence at Thakurnagar, the headquarters of the Matuas, within the third week of December.

When requested to remark, BJP state president Sukanta Majumdar mentioned “We do not focus on organisational issues with the media.”

Any distinction of opinion will probably be sorted out amicably in coming days, he added.

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