West Bengal BJP Unit: A day after Bharatiya Janata Party MP Arjun Singh returned to the Trinamool Congress, the party’s West Bengal unit held a meeting to discuss keeping itself united and address grievances of disgruntled leaders. To have a deep brainstorming in a meeting on Monday. BJP’s West Bengal unit chief Sukanta Majumdar, leader of opposition in the West Bengal Assembly, Shubhendu Adhikari, party’s co-in-charge (West Bengal) Amit Malviya and other senior leaders attended the closed-door meeting at a hotel in Newtown.
A senior BJP leader said that many issues were discussed during the meeting. Senior leaders of our Barrackpore unit were also present. The issues that were discussed included the leaders leaving the party and filling these gaps. In the year of defeat in the state assembly elections, the BJP is struggling to deal with the infighting within the party.
Who is Arjun Singh?
The BJP leader said that if there is any genuine complaint, we will address it. But if someone has already made up his mind to leave the party, then we cannot do anything. According to BJP sources, the officer has been given the responsibility of Barrackpore district organization and he will hold a meeting on May 25. Arjun Singh was elected on a BJP ticket from Barrackpore in the last general election.
What did BJP National Vice President Dilip Ghosh say?
According to state BJP sources, the state BJP leadership fears that his son Pawan Singh, who is a BJP MLA from Bhatpara, may join the Trinamool Congress in future. BJP National Vice President Dilip Ghosh said that it is natural that Pawan Singh may leave the party as his father has left the party. Some opportunistic leaders are leaving us.
In a conversation with reporters, Arjun Singh attacked the BJP and said that it should stop its impractical politics. He also said that his sons would soon follow in his footsteps and join the TMC. “BJP is limited to Facebook and social media.