Suvendu Adhikari says ashamed of associating with TMC for 21 years mamata banerjee
New entrant to the Bharatiya Janata Party, Suvendu Adhikari, lashed out at Mamata Banerjee and said he was “ashamed” to have been associated with the Trinamool Congress (TMC) for so long in his career.
Suvendu, who was running a congratulations program for those who resigned from ruling TMC to join the saffron party, said there was no discipline in his previous party. Adhikari said that even the resolutions made at the meetings were not registered with the TMC.
“The political party that I had previously associated with has no discipline now. It has become a one-party enterprise. I am ashamed to have associated with the party for 21 years,” he said.
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“Those of us who have resigned from TMC will work as disciplined soldiers for BJP to come to power in the state in the assembly poll in 2021 and West Bengal to become Sonar Bangla (Golden Bengal),” he added.
“West Bengal must be handed over to the capable leader Narendra Modi,” Adhikari said.
The former TMC leader is considered the backbone of the movement in Nandigram that played a crucial role in Mamata Banerjee’s coming to power in the state in 2011, defeating the Left Front.
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