TMC MP Saugata Roy claims after meeting with TMC MP that he will not go to BJP

Trinamool Congress MP Saugata Rai said on Tuesday that the party’s disgruntled legislator has been persuaded to do so. He met with the party’s leading leaders. The official has recently resigned from the Cabinet due to disagreements with the party leadership, following rumors that he will join the BJP.

TMC MP Saugata Rai said he (the officer) was not joining the BJP after meeting with Subhendu. He said, “It’s a silly idea. I had a meaningful meeting today with Prashant Kishore, Sudeep Banerjee and Abhishek Banerjee. Now things have settled down.

Nandigram was the official face of the anti-land agitation movement and Mamata Banerjee came to power in 2011 from this movement. But he has not renounced his primary membership in the Trinamool Congress.

Earlier on Friday, the officer said he would stand on behalf of the people of his constituency. In Nandigram in East Medinipur district, the officer said he was looking for an opportunity to visit the area. I will continue to work for the welfare of Nandigram and its people.

Recently resigned to Vol

Disgusted with his ‘negligence’ at the ruling Trinamool Congress in West Bengal, the Shubhendu official resigned from his post and realized the party’s tough attitude. Mamata Banerjee’s second-in-command was absent from the Cabinet meeting for several weeks and resigned as chairman of the Hooghly River Bridge Commission. The 49-year-old lawmaker of the Nandigram seat returned his ‘Z plus security’ with his resignation as minister and left the government residence.