Amid an exodus of leaders from Mamata Banerjee’s social gathering forward of the 2021 West Bengal elections, one other Trinamool Congress chief Rajib Banerjee has resigned from his submit as Minister. Forest Minister Rajib Banerjee made the announcement on Friday.
“Pricey pals, hope you’re doing properly, That is to tell you that I’m resigning because the Minister in Cost, Division of Forest, West Bengal from right now. Through the years I’ve tried to do my responsibility with full accountability and diligence. I’ve thought-about every one among you as my prolonged household and your assist has at all times motivated me to go the additional mile and be at your service in a greater method potential, therefore I’m saying my formal resignation on this platform and have knowledgeable the involved authority as properly. I hope within the years to return I can be at every of your service in one of the simplest ways potential as that has been the only motive I’m into politics. Thanks,” Banerjee stated in a submit on Fb.
A few week in the past, Banerjee had stated he was “going by way of a take a look at of persistence”. The MLA from Domjur in Howrah had raised many points together with unemployment and the migration of youth to different states for jobs. He had added that TMC staff had been sad, whereas the hole between the individuals and the social gathering was widening.
The Hindu had reported that City Growth and Municipal Affairs Minister Firhad Hakim requested him to lift the problems inside the social gathering.
BJP State unit president Dilip Ghosh had urged Banerjee to “not waste valuable time and be a part of the BJP”.
BJP chief Suvendu Adhikari, who not too long ago jumped ship after simmering variations with the TMC management, on Wednesday urged the about 70 per cent non-minority voters to ‘keep united’ to ensure that the BJP to take over reins of the state.
Addressing a public rally in Chandannagar in Hooghly, Adhikari stated, “Trinamool Congress has turn into a personal restricted social gathering which is now run by its chairman Mamata Banerjee and managing director Abhishek Banerjee. They’ve outsourced it to at least one particular person (Prashant Kishor) to take care of it.”
“TMC is pondering they’ll handle this time (upcoming meeting polls) with 30 per cent (hinting at Muslim vote share). However I wish to inform them that now we have 70 per cent (Hindu votes). I wish to urge you right now from this ‘manch’, keep united and provides a befitting reply to oust the ruling authorities,” he added.