TMC heavyweight Suvendu Adhikari set for second innings, to affix BJP at Amit Shah’s Medinipur rally


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Suvendu Adhikari to affix with BJP at Amit Shah’s Medinipur rally 

A day after Trinamool Congress heavyweight Suvendu Adhikari resigned as an MLA, sources instructed India TV that he’ll be a part of the Bharatiya Janata Get together (BJP). Adhikari will be a part of the saffron social gathering when Union minister Amit Shah visits the poll-bound state. 

Sources mentioned that Adhikari will be a part of the social gathering at Amit Shah’s Medinipur rally. Shah is slated to go to the state for 2 days on December 19 and 20. Adhikari was slated to go to Delhi on Thursday to satisfy the BJP bigwigs and be a part of the social gathering, however his scheduled go to has been postponed now. 

Sources mentioned that TMC MP Sunil Kumar Mondal might also be a part of the BJP together with Adhikari. He’s a Lok Sabha MP from Bardhaman Purba.

In the meantime, TMC MLA Jitendra Tiwari has additionally expressed his displeasure on the functioning of the social gathering. He may additionally joined the BJP throughout Shah’s go to.

READ MORE: TMC dissident Suvendu Adhikari resigns as MLA amid reviews of him becoming a member of BJP

In the meantime, senior BJP chief Mukul Roy mentioned that if Suvendu Adhikari joins his social gathering, it is going to profit, claiming that the Trinamool Congress is collapsing like a home of playing cards. Roy mentioned that leaders are feeling choked and suffocated within the TMC.

Adhikari, Roy mentioned, is a mass chief and will need to have taken his determination to surrender his cupboard portfolios within the Mamata Banerjee authorities and resign as an MLA after critical pondering.

“If he joins, the BJP will profit. The Trinamool Congress is collapsing like a home of playing cards,” Roy mentioned. “I welcome this determination of Adhikari,” he added.

Adhikari on Wednesday tendered resignation as an MLA, weeks after he stop the Trinamool Congress authorities as a minister. He was TMC MLA from Nandigram meeting constituency. Adhikari had helped Mamata Banerjee in her anti-land acquisition movemnent towards the Left Entrance authorities in Nandigram in 2009 that catapulted her to energy in 2011.

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