Union Minister and BJP leader Amit Shah is on a 2-day visit to Bengal beginning on 19th December. On his 1st day in West Bengal, Amit Shah drafted TMC leader Suvendu Adhikari to the Bharatiya Janata Party member at a rally in Bengal’s Midnapore region. Amit Shah invited Suvendu Adhikari to the Bharatiya Janata Party, saving no shot at Bengal’s CM. “For what reason is countless individuals leaving TMC party? As a result of the mismanagement, defilement, and nepotism of Bengal’s CM. Mamata Banerjee, this is only the start. When races come, you will be disregarded all,” he said.
Suvendu Adhikari was the substance of the Trinamool Congress’s Nandigram movement. The political heavyweight finished his two-decade-old relationship with the gathering this week and expressed gratitude toward Bengal’s CM for the open doors she gave him. Adhikari had surrendered as an individual from the Bengal’s cabinet on 27th Nov and from a few different posts on 16th Dec.
Minutes before he was officially drafted into the Bharatiya Janata Party, On 19th December Suvendu Adhikari Saturday composed an open letter to his devotees inside the TMC and wrote that “Neither Bengal nor TMC is anybody’s freedom. The TMC party was not inherited one day with the commitment of one individual. It is accordingly particularly difficult, that the people presently accountable for the TMC party are regarding it as their own freedom. The party workers on the backs of whom the TMC party was made are presently being sidelined, mortified and outsider.”
Union Home Minister Amit Shah showed up in Medinipur district by helicopter from Kolkata. He offered prayers at the Siddheswari Kali Mandir and later at the Devi Mahamaya mandir in the town. Amit Shah started his 1st day in the state capital contributing prayers to Vivekananda, Shri Ramakrishna, and Sarada Devi at the Ramakrishna Ashram.