New Delhi: Political turmoil continues even after the assembly elections in West Bengal are over. The most difficult is currently in the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) camp, where leaders are constantly left together. Amidst all this, the party MLAs led by senior party leader Suvendu Adhikari met Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar yesterday and raised the issue of post-election violence in the state. However, nearly two dozen BJP MLA remained missing during the meeting, after which speculation has intensified.
BJP leader Suvendu Adhikari met the governor along with 50 BJP MLAs in the assembly on Monday. But at present the BJP has 75 MLA in the West Bengal Assembly, i.e., 25 MLA Suvendu Adhikari 's show of strength did not participate. Most of those who did not reach MLA come from North Bengal. It was here that questions arose whether Nadard MLA intends to join the TMC, as speculation has mounted over the past several days and especially since Mukul Roy joined the TMC that many MLA of the BJP could return to the Trinamool. When questioned by the Suvendu officer, he said that not everyone was invited to it.
Mukul Roy, who appeared in a big role during the assembly elections, has now left the BJP. He has recently joined the TMC back in the presence of Mamata Banerjee. TMC also rewarded it and Mukul Roy was made national vice president. Now there is speculation that many BJP leaders may go to Mamata's camp. Rajib Banerjee, who left TMC before the elections and joined the BJP, is leading the way.