Will TMC go on rampage during Amit Shah's Bengal tour? The political script looks like last time


Posted on 22nd Jan 2021 03:40 pm by rohit kumar

The political upheaval in the West Bengal elections this year is at its peak. Amit Shah is going to visit Bengal once again and its political austerity is already felt in Mamta Banerjee's party. Just before Amit Shah's visit to Bengal on 30 January, Mamata Banerjee has received another setback and Rajib Banerjee, a minister in her government, has resigned from the post of minister. This resignation is seen to be linked to Shah's visit. After Rajiv Banerjee's resignation as minister, the market of speculation has heated up whether he too will join the Bharatiya Janata Party like Shubhendu Adhikari?

 

Fear of stampede again in TMC

This resignation from Amit Shah's visit is also seen because the same political stampede was witnessed in Mamta Banerjee's TMC just before when Amit Shah was going to visit last month and one after Shubhendu Adhikari. Several TMC leaders and MLAs left the party. On December 19, around 10 TMC leaders, including Shubhendu Adhikari, joined BJP in the presence of Amit Shah. Significantly, the BJP has given a slogan of two hundred crosses in the state. The BJP had won just three seats in the last election, but made a big jump by winning 18 seats in the Lok Sabha elections, after which it has emerged as a strong contender for power in the state.

 

How was Shah given blow to Mamta last time?

This is the reason why whenever Amit Shah visits Bengal, the beats of Mamta Banerjee increase. Its example is seen last time by everyone including TMC, how Amit Shah had included many leaders from TMC's clan in his party during the Bengal tour. Several leaders including Shubhendu Adhikari, Jitendra Tiwari, Shilabhadra Dutta, who were considered to be Mamata's troublemakers during the last two-day visit of Home Minister Amit Shah, joined the BJP. Earlier in December, in November, Trinamool Congress MLA from Cooch Behar South seat Mihir Goswami resigned from the party and joined BJP in Delhi.

 

What are the signs of stampede in TMC?

The Bharatiya Janata Party is preparing to make a big dent in TMC. The BJP claims that several legislators of the ruling Trinamool Congress are in touch with it, but it is in no hurry. The BJP's mission is expected to be further strengthened by the visits of Prime Minister Narendra Modi on 23 January and Home Minister Amit Shah on 30 January.

 

Kailash Vijayvargiya's claims gained strength

BJP general secretary and in-charge of the state Kailash Vijayvargiya has claimed to be in contact with more than forty Trinamool Congress MLAs. However, he has not disclosed the names. According to party sources, she will not make any haste in this matter, but will slowly shock the Trinamool. The party may comprise about a dozen leaders but will be reduced to one or two. The motive behind this is to maintain a stampede situation in the opposing camp till the elections and many TMC leaders may join BJP during Amit Shah's visit.

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