On Saturday, Trinamool rebels in Delhi met Union Home Minister Amit Shah. Three MLAs who have met have also joined the BJP. Rajiv Banerjee and Vaishali Dalmiya are among the MLAs who have joined BJP. Meanwhile Bharatiya Janata Party president JP Nadda has announced an alliance to continue with the ruling AIDMK at a rally in Madurai in Tamil Nadu on Saturday.
Apart from this, there is a fierce political upsurge in Bengal. Many big and strong leaders of Trinamool leave the party and join BJP. According to BJP leader Kailash Vijayvargiya, three other Trinamool rebels have joined BJP in Amit Shah’s presence. Also, the three MLAs will also be present in a Bengal rally organized by the BJP tomorrow. Earlier, Trinamool rebel leaders Rajiv Banerjee, Vaishali Dalmiya, Prabir Ghoshal and Rathin Chakraborty visited Amit Shah’s residence to meet him.
Former TMC leaders including Rajib Banerjee and Baishali Dalmiya have joined BJP in Delhi, says party general secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya
— Press Trust of India (@PTI_News) January 30, 2021
All three MLAs join BJP Senior Trinamool Congress MP and party spokesperson Saugat Roy said that those who left have no long political history and that most of them were included in the party by Mamata Banerjee. Therefore, Trinamool Congress will be cautious in future. Also, another senior Trinamool Congress leader and minister Subrata Mukherjee said that if someone wants to go, what can be done? We are a big party. We cannot stop the dissidents from deploying the army.
On the alliance with the AIDMK in Tamil Nadu, BJP national president JP Nadda said on Saturday that his party’s alliance with the AIADMK would continue in the April-May assembly elections in Tamil Nadu. Addressing a public meeting in Madurai, he said that the two parties will contest this election together. At the same time JP Nadda also said that BJP has decided that in the coming time we will contest elections together with AIADMK and other like-minded parties. The BJP president came here on a day tour in Tamil Nadu. He also chaired a meeting of the party’s core committee during the day.
While the farmers’ agitation is going on across the country, a bomb blast has taken place near the Israeli embassy in Delhi, on the other hand, the BJP is preparing for the assembly elections in different states. Keeping this in mind, the BJP has announced to continue the alliance with the ruling party in the Tamil Nadu elections. The announcement was made at a rally by Bharatiya Janata Party President JP Nadda Madurai. Apart from this, BJP is also leaving no stone unturned in its preparations in Bengal. The BJP is engaged in putting Trinamool rebels and unhappy leaders in its court.
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