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'North-South' rift proving to be costly for West Bengal BJP
'North-South' rift proving to be costly for West Bengal BJP

Kolkata, Jan 16 (TIWN) A tweet from controversial BJP veteran Tathagata Basu has been making the rounds in political circles here since the morning of January 11.

That the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in Bengal is shifting in direction of a gradual however inevitable loss of life would possibly be an overstatement however the sharp divide between the leaders of North Bengal and that of South Bengal that’s changing into distinguished with every passing day would possibly prove to be costly for the get together. 

On Saturday, Union Minister of State for Port, Shipping and Waterways Shantanu Thakur had a gathering with the disgruntled BJP leaders of the state together with two MLAs Subrata Thakur and Ashoke Kirtaniya and Sayantan Basu who has lately misplaced the submit of state normal secretary. Sources within the get together stated Joy Prakash Majumdar, one of many distinguished faces within the Bengal BJP who has been demoted to a spokesperson from the get together’s state unit vice-president, was additionally current within the assembly. Apart from that three distinguished leaders of the state BJP Ritesh Tiwari, Tushar Mukhopadhyay and Debashis Mitra joined the assembly.

The voices of resentment inside the get together have been strongly felt when a number of members left the BJP WhatsApp group. The exodus of the BJP leaders began after 5 BJP MLAs who represented the Matua neighborhood left the BJP MLA WhatsApp group only a day earlier than the All India Matua MahaSangha (AIMMS) introduced to transfer away from the BJP and preserve a politically impartial stance.

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