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Kolkata: No decision has been taken on the return of former Trinamool Congress (TMC) -led party leaders to the country before the recent assembly elections. Top Trinamool Congress sources said that Chief Minister and party president Mamata Banerjee would decide on the return of Trinamool people to the BJP. Political experts believe that by 2024, the party will return very few leaders. In the Lok Sabha elections, a message can be given to party workers that rebellion will not be tolerated.
A grassroots leader, speaking on condition of anonymity, said, “Only the top leadership can make a final call on this issue.” He added, “Right now we are fighting the Kovid-19 epidemic and arranging relief operations after Hurricane Yas. Several former MLAs, including Trinamool Congress leader Dipendu Biswas and Sonali Guha, have written letters in the last few days expressing regret for joining the BJP.” He has expressed his desire to return to the Trinamool Congress. At one point, Banerjee’s close aide Sonali made an emotional appeal on camera, apologizing to the Chief Minister. Read more: WB Assembly elections 2021: Mamata Banerjee wrote a letter to many opposition leaders, including Sonia Gandhi – it’s time to unite against the BJP
Sonali, a four-time MLA from Satgachhia in South 24 Parganas, wrote in the letter that just as fish cannot stay out of the water, Didi also said, ‘I cannot live without you. Mukul Roy, one of the founders of the Trinamool Congress and a member of the BJP’s Rajya Sabha, is also rumored to be returning home. Recently, Mamata Banerjee’s niece Abhishek Roy went to a city hospital to find out about his wife and talked to her son.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi called on Roy to inquire about his wife’s health. Roy is trying to stop speculation of a return to the Trinamool Congress, but Banerjee said Roy’s behavior is not so bad.
Chief Minister Banerjee called on the rebel leaders Mir Jafar during the election campaign. Now the Trinamool Congress can electively bring the leaders back to the country.
Rajat Roy, a member of the Calcutta Research Group and a well-known political analyst, said the aim was to weaken the BJP organizationally but at the same time it would not return to the country of all leaders to send a message of austerity to the rebels. According to analysts, the Trinamool Congress will adopt a mixed strategy of the Congress and the Left Front. While the Congress has often withdrawn its disgruntled leaders in the past, the Left generally had a policy of not returning ‘disgruntled and rebels’.
Trinamool Congress leaders, however, said, “The issue of withdrawal of leaders who left the party in a false brigade led by Modi and Shah will not come up in tomorrow’s organization meeting. Another top Trinamool leader, speaking on condition of anonymity, said, “No such meeting of the party usually involves a large number of people attending.
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