Babul Supriya in BJP’s news: Former Union Minister and Trinamool Congress leader Babul Supriya on Sunday taunted his former party and raised the possibility that the five disgruntled MLAs who left the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) West Bengal WhatsApp group could now split from the party. Supriya joined the Trinamool Congress three months ago.
BJP is taking one wicket after another: Supriya
However, Ambika Roy, one of the five MLAs, expressed her desire to rejoin the WhatsApp group on Sunday, saying she had made a mistake and “wanted to remain a loyal soldier of the BJP”. However, Supriya tweeted in Bengali, “One wicket after another is falling. Today is the remaining five. Shiv Babu (National General Secretary Shiv Prakash, who oversaw the BJP’s campaign before the Assembly elections) must have been on Mount Kailash by now. If you want to find a Bengali crab that will pull you from behind, go to Muralidhar Lane (State BJP address). “
No one will be fired – Sukanta Majumdar
Five disgruntled MLAs from the politically powerful Matua community – Mukutmani Adhikari (Ranaghat South), Subrata Thakur (Gayaghata), Ambika Roy (Kalyani), Ashok Kirtaniya (Bangaon North) and Asim Sarkar (Haringhata) – formed by various BJP West Bengal units. WhatsApp group of BJP MLAs after giving. BJP state president Sukant Majumder said, “None of the five MLAs will be removed. We will include them in the new committee. They have to be a little more patient.”