- Mamta has given resignation from the post of government minister
- His resignation is considered a major setback for TMC
- The officer has differences with Mamta’s nephew Abhishek Banerjee
Tamluk (West Bengal):
Leaders angry with Trinamool Congress (TMC) Suavendu officer (Suvendu Adhikari) said on Thursday that he is “” the son of “Bengal (Bengal) and India” and will continue to serve the people. The official made this remark amid speculation being made about the next political move after the stagnation in the ongoing conversation between himself and the party. The Trinamool Congress party claims that differences with the officer have been resolved.
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The officer, who resigned from the Mamata Banerjee cabinet last week, rallied here today without party banners and flags. The rally, held in the Tamluk sub-division of East Midnapore district, was organized on the occasion of the birth anniversary of freedom fighter Khudiram Bose.
It is not the poster of Trinamool Congress in Suvendu Adhikari’s rally, its meaning is being removed …
During the rally, the supporters of the officer were seen holding the national flag. When the journalists asked the officer about his current political stance, he said, “” The Constitution of our country speaks of the rule of the people by the people, by the people. . I am a son of Bengal, of India and will continue to serve the people of my state. ”It is noteworthy that before the next assembly elections, Bengal, senior minister of Mamta government, Suvendu Adhikari, resigned from his post on Friday. The officer handed over the resignation letter to Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Friday morning and also sent a copy of it to Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar.
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