Mamata hit by string of resignations, now Barrackpore MLA Shilbhadra Dutta quits

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Mamata hit by string of resignations, now Barrackpore MLA Shilbhadra Dutta quits

Trinamool Congress MLA Silbhadra Dutta has resigned from the celebration, information company ANI reported. Dutta’s resignation is the third main exit from the celebration within the final 24 hours.

Dutta, a lawmaker from Barrackpore, resigned a day after Mamata Banerjee’s trusted aide Suvendu Adhikari resigned from the celebration’s major membership. Earlier on Wednesday, Adhikari had submitted his resignation as an MLA. Adhikari, the MLA of Nandigram constituency in Purba Medinipur district, resigned from the state cupboard final month.

Pandabeswar MLA and Asansol civic physique chief Jitendra Tiwari additionally stop the celebration final night. Former minister Shyamaprasad Mukherjee too has introduced that he would go away the celebration and be a part of the BJP.

In keeping with experiences, Dutta has been sustaining distance with the celebration management for fairly a while. Dutta, a two-term MLA, stated he has despatched the resignation letter to Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee by e-mail, triggering speculations that he could be a part of an extended checklist of celebration leaders who’ve both joined the BJP or is keen to forward of the meeting elections, doubtless in March-April.

“I believe that I’m unfit within the celebration within the current situation. However, I can’t resign as an MLA,” he instructed reporters.

“Why ought to I resign as an MLA? I’ve gained by individuals’s votes. If I am going (resign) away, the place will they go?” he added. Over the previous few months, Dutta has been vocal about his opposition to election strategist Prashant Kishor and the way in which he was dealing with celebration affairs.

Earlier on Thursday, Dutta declined having political discussions with Prashant. TMC chief Mamata Banerjee has employed Prashant to strategise the TMC’s marketing campaign for the 2021 Meeting elections.

In the meantime, there are speculations that Adhikari and others could change over to the BJP when Amit Shah visits Bengal on Saturday and Sunday. The state will go to polls in April-Could subsequent 12 months. 

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