TMC turncoats: Sacrifices have to be made if one chooses to be in BJP, says Dilip Ghosh

With a number of TMC turncoats making a beeline to return to the celebration put up the BJP’s drubbing in the meeting polls, state unit chief of the saffron camp, Dilip Ghosh, stated on Sunday that those who want to get pleasure from energy with out making sacrifices would be requested to depart.

Ghosh, who had stated on Friday that celebration nationwide vp Mukul Roy’s departure will not make a lot of a distinction, wrote on Twitter that “some people are in the habit of switching parties”.

“If one has to stay in the BJP, he/she will have to make sacrifices. Those who only wish to enjoy power cannot stay in the BJP. We won’t keep them,” he tweeted in Bengali.

‘TURNCOATS NOT REQUIRED IN BJP’

Echoing Ghosh, BJP nationwide secretary and former MP Anupam Hazra stated members who are usually not keen to stand by the celebration at this hour, when “several of its workers are facing attacks by the TMC and going homeless, are free to leave”.

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Hitting out at former state minister Rajib Banerjee, who had joined the BJP forward of the elections, Hazra maintained that “leaders like him have started singing paeans for the TMC immediately after its landslide victory. They are not required in the party.”

Shortly after Roy rejoined the TMC, Rajib Banerjee met the celebration’s state basic secretary Kunal Ghosh, however each described it as a “courtesy visit”.

“Dilipda said the right thing. Those who crossed over to the BJP before polls only for power and are now sending SOS to Mamata Banerjee expressing their wish to return should leave forthwith. The party does not need them,” he stated.

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Hazra had earlier stated foyer politics was at play in the BJP state unit throughout polls, and simply one or two leaders got duties with the remainder feeling “ignored”. He had, nevertheless, asserted that he would proceed to help his celebration.

Calling Roy a “Trojan horse”, BJP veteran Tathagata Roy tweeted, “After having been welcomed into the BJP, he gained access to its all-India leaders, hobnobbed with state BJP’s gullible… learnt all about the party and its innermost detail, he went back and leaked everything to Mamata.

“But what’s carried out is completed. Now the massive query is, did Mukul depart again Trojan Horses inside this Trojan Horse? BTW I used to surprise why Mukul all the time prevented assembly me. Now all of it figures,” Roy added, indicating there could be agents planted by Roy in the BJP.

DIDI WILL HAVE FINAL SAY

Kunal Ghosh, who can also be the spokesperson of the TMC, stated many have expressed their want to return, however celebration supremo Mamata Banerjee will take the ultimate determination.

His celebration colleague and senior chief Sougata Roy stated, “Had Dilip Ghosh any modicum of self-respect and accountability, he would have resigned from the post (of state BJP president) after the poor performance of his party.”

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A bunch of 5 BJP employees in Birbhum district on June 8 took to the streets to announce that they have determined to stop the celebration and return to the TMC “to get a chance to work for ‘maa mati manush’ (mother, motherland, and people) under the leadership of Mamata Banerjee.”

District TMC leaders stated their pleas would be thought of after holding talks with native celebration members who labored for the celebration in the course of the polls.

Earlier, a number of different TMC turncoats, together with former MLAs Sonali Guha and Dipendu Biswas, had appealed to Banerjee to take her again beneath her wings. The TMC supremo, throughout a latest press meet, stated she won’t settle for requests of leaders, who had deserted her ship simply forward of the April-May elections.

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