BJP leader Tathagata Roy’s latest tweet creates more confusion – Kolkata News

The veteran BJP leader in his latest tweet in Bengali mentioned, “I have not written all these things to get accolades from anybody. Some top leaders were so much involved in women and wealth, I wanted to alert the party about that. Now a tree is known by its fruit. I shall wait for the results in the civic polls. For now adieu West Bengal BJP.”

The final sentence of the tweet was sufficient to set off speculations about his breaking ties with the celebration. After the meeting ballot debacle of the BJP, Roy had strongly criticised then state BJP President Dilip Ghosh and central management like Kailash Vijayvargiya, Shib Prakash and Arvind Menon who had been entrusted with the accountability of Bengal elections. The veteran leader went on to say that the highest BJP management within the state was more concerned with wealth and ladies than the efficiency of the celebration.

What is more attention-grabbing is that Roy regardless of assault from Ghosh and different leaders boldly defended his stand and mentioned that he would proceed with this battle till…

He in a tweet wrote not too long ago, “I am getting several calls. I have consoled everybody that I am not leaving the party on my own wish. I am a common member of the party and I shall play the role of Vivek (conscience) in the party. If I would have decided to leave the party then I would have leaked many secret things but it is not happening now”.

Roy went on to say – “Joy Banerjee has left BJP. This continuous bleeding does not augur well for the party in West Bengal. Dilip Ghosh advises me to leave BJP if I am ashamed of the party. I don’t take him seriously. I am now merely a simple member. But I will stay on and try to put the party right. Until…”

Roy was referring to actor turned politician Joy Banerjee’s determination to depart the celebration. In a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Banerjee on Saturday had alleged that he had been faraway from the BJP’s nationwide working committee and his central safety has additionally been lifted.

Though Roy did not need to additional go into the small print of the tweet and mentioned that I’ve mentioned what I needed to say. I will not inform something more however Trinamool congress was fast to react on this. State spokesperson Kunal Ghosh mentioned, “This is an irreparable loss in the world of Bengali political entertainment. People will remember his contribution and his skill to make the people laugh”.

Roy instantly rebutted saying – “He has been in jail for long for his involvement in Sarada ponzy scam and demanding the resignation of the chief minister. I had some confusion regarding your whereabouts and his condition. It gives me pleasure to know that you are out on bail”.

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