Tmc Leader Suvendu Adhikari Resigns from the Membership of West Bengal Legislative Assembly – West Bengal: Rebellion in Trinamool, Shubhendu Adhikari resigns as MLA


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Updated Wed, 16 Dec 2020 04:36 PM IST

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Rebellion has begun in the West Bengal government. Shubhendu Adhikari has resigned as Trinamool Congress MLA. The officials have already resigned from the post of Transport Minister in the state. Assembly elections are due in West Bengal next year, but before the elections, the difficulties of Mamata Banerjee government are increasing.

Z Plus security given to the officer

The security of Shubhendu Adhikari was also recently extended to Z Plus. According to the information, the central government has taken this step in view of the threat of them. After increasing security, Shubhendu Adhikari had said at a rally in Medinipur in the past that he has been attacked 11 times in recent times.

Another MLA adopted rebel attitude
On the other hand, Shubhendu Adhikari is not the only leader of Trinamool Congress who has adopted rebel attitude. Another MLA from the party too has started showing such signs. Jitendra Tiwari, an MLA from Asansol and mayor of the city, has accused the Mamata government of the state of doing politics about the funds being received from the Center.

Apart from this, Jitendra Tiwari has refused to even meet the State Urban Development Minister Firhad Hakim. He has said that he will only talk to Mamata Banerjee. Jitendra Tiwari has alleged that due to politics, the state government is not allowing the Asansol Municipal Corporation to use the funds from the Center.

Chief Minister Mamta gave a stern warning
Recently Mamata Banerjee had given a strong warning against ‘anti-party activities’ and said that Trinamool leaders who are in touch with the opposition are free to leave the party. He had not taken any name, but according to party sources, he was referring to Shubhendu Adhikari and some other MLAs who spoke out against the party.

Rebellion has begun in the West Bengal government. Shubhendu Adhikari has resigned as Trinamool Congress MLA. The officials have already resigned from the post of Transport Minister in the state. Assembly elections are due in West Bengal next year, but before the elections, the difficulties of Mamata Banerjee government are increasing.

Z Plus security given to the officer

The security of Shubhendu Adhikari was also recently extended to Z Plus. According to the information, the central government has taken this step in view of the threat of them. After increasing security, Shubhendu Adhikari had said at a rally in Medinipur in the past that he has been attacked 11 times in recent times.

Another MLA adopted rebel attitude
On the other hand, Shubhendu Adhikari is not the only leader of Trinamool Congress who has adopted rebel attitude. Another MLA from the party too has started showing such signs. Jitendra Tiwari, an MLA from Asansol and mayor of the city, has accused the Mamata government of the state of doing politics about the funds being received by the Center.

Apart from this, Jitendra Tiwari has refused to even meet the State Urban Development Minister Firhad Hakim. He has said that he will only talk to Mamata Banerjee. Jitendra Tiwari has alleged that due to politics, the state government is not allowing the Asansol Municipal Corporation to use the funds from the Center.

Chief Minister Mamta gave a stern warning
Recently Mamata Banerjee had given a strong warning against ‘anti-party activities’ and said that Trinamool leaders who are in touch with the opposition are free to leave the party. He had not taken any name, but according to party sources, he was referring to Shubhendu Adhikari and some other MLAs who spoke out against the party.




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