Published On: Sun, May 26th, 2019

Mamata Banerjee’s resignation is a drama: Mukul Roy

Bharatiya Janata Party leader Mukul Roy said the resignation offer by West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee is just a drama and she was trying to grab headlines after losing several seats in the Lok Sabha elections.

Mukul Roy added that Mamata Banerjee will not quit the chair of CM until the voters of Bengal shows her the exit door.

He further continued that the Trinamool Congress chief can’t live without power.

One Mukul Roy was second-in-command to in TMC after Mamata Banerjee.

He said, “TMC was formed only to oppose the Communist Party of India (Marxist). It has served its purpose. Regional parties are losing relevance, if you go by Lok Sabha results across India.”

BJP has taken lead in 129 assembly segments in the Lok Sabha elections and it lost by less than 4,000 votes in more sixty assembly segments, making the picture very clear that Mamata Banerjee need to worry for her party.

More than 192 assembly segments are in trouble zones for the TMC and these zones are mostly in northern and western parts of Bengal.

Mamata Banerjee meanwhile has begun with the work of hunting the traitor within the party and senior leaders have been instructed to identify block and district-level leaders who were the culprit in facilitating shift of votes from CPM to BJP and from TMC to BJP too in some cases.

Mamata Banerjee, Mukul Roy

A senior TMC leaders said, “We have also lost around 70 lakh votes of government employees and their families since the recommendation of the current pay commission could not be implemented.”

He added that Mamata Banerjee will now concentrate more on the party and less on holding administrative meetings by touring the districts.

He further continued saying, “We have seen in many blocks that the leaders are very corrupt. They, will the connivance of local MLAs, extorted money from people using the party’s name which took people away from us. All these leaders will be identified and strict action would be taken against them.”

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