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Jitendra Tiwari’s U-turn after Babul Supriyo’s displeasure, apologized to Mamta, said- I’m with the party

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Kolkata. Before next year’s assembly elections in West Bengal (West Bengal) Trinamool Congress There are many political ups and downs inside. Jitendra Tiwari (Jitendra Tiwari), the senior leader of the ruling Trinamool Congress in the state, has taken a U-turn and has announced to remain in the party, apologizing to Mamta Banerjee. Earlier, there were speculations that Jitendra Tiwari could join BJP during the Bengal round of Home Minister Amit Shah.

It is reported that behind Jitendra Tiwari’s U-turn BJP MP Babul Supriyo Is angry Asansol MP Babul Supriyo opposed the inclusion of Jitendra Tiwari in the BJP. He also wrote a Facebook post on the matter, in which he lodged a protest saying that he does not want leaders like Jitendra Tiwari to join the party. According to BJP sources, after Babul Supriyo publicly protested against him, the party decided to part with Jitendra Tiwari.

BJP MP Babul Supriyo said through Facebook post, I am writing this because some people are trying to spread rumors. There are reports that I have done under-table dealing with TMC leaders of Asansol and all these TMC leaders are going to join BJP. He said, let me clearly state that I will not betray my colleagues in the party by doing any such dealings.Also read: – West Bengal: The Speaker did not accept the resignation of Suvendu Adhikari, the reason given Let me tell you that Jitendra Tiwari has now apologized to Mamata Banerjee. Jitendra Tiwari apologized to Mamata Banerjee during the meeting with Minister Arup Biswas. During this, political strategist Prashant Kishore was also present there. Please tell that Jitendra Tiwari has been a TMC MLA. He resigned from all party posts on Thursday. Earlier, he resigned as the Board of Chairperson of Asansol Municipal Corporation.

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