TAMLUK: Disgruntled TMC leader Suvendu official has said he would continue to serve the people of the state as “son of Bengal and India”.
After the crisis in the dialogue between him and the party, his comments came amid rumors about his next political move, claiming that he had divided his differences.
An official who resigned from the Mamata Banerjee cabinet last week was seen holding a rally here on Thursday without party banners or flags.
The rally was held on the birthday of freedom fighter Khudiram Bose in the Tamluk subdivision of East Midnapore district. His supporters can be seen carrying the national flag during the event.
“The constitution of our country speaks to the people, the people and the government. I am the son of Bengal and the son of India and I serve the people of my state in that capacity,” the official told reporters when asked about his current political stance.
His statement came out a day after the TMC leadership rejected the deal with the TMC leadership as “false” and said they were incapable of addressing their grievances.
An influential leader, who has a few days ago resigned from the Mamata Banerjee cabinet and other posts, has said that “it is difficult for him to work with the party.”
Meanwhile, according to TMC sources, the party leadership sent a message to the official on Thursday morning, “Details of the meeting have been revealed after all the issues have been discussed and resolved.
“If you change your stance now, that is your decision,” the message said.
Senior TMC leader Saugata Roy, who spoke with the official to resolve the differences, said: “The party does not say much about the issue and now they are talking.”
Senior TMC leaders are said to have provoked the officer on his way to town on Tuesday, alleging that all his differences were resolved after a high-level meeting with TMC MPs Abhishek Banerjee, Sougata Roy and Sudeep Bandopadhyay. Prashant Kishore.
Sources close to the official said he did not want to divulge details of what happened at the meeting during the backchannel talks.
He is insecure after Tuesday night’s meeting. Repeated calls have not been answered by the former minister for the past three days.
All eyes are now on the officer’s scheduled press conference on Dec. 6 in their hometown of East Midnapore District.
The mascot of the Nandigram Movement, which bolstered and brought to power Mamata Banerjee’s resignation last week, resigned as minister of transport, irrigation and waterways, leading to rumors that the administration could quit the TMC ahead of the state. Assembly elections next year.
Abhishek Banerjee and Kishore’s growing influence over the institutional changes has made several rounds of back-channel talks useless to appease the leader.
The two-time former MP himself, the officer’s father, Sisir officer and brother Theibandu, are the TMC MPs of the Tamluk and Kanti Lok Sabha constituencies respectively.
At least 40-45 assembly segments in the western Midnapore, Bankura, Purulia, Har Rgram, Birbhum and some parts of the family are affected – mainly in the Junglemahal area
And minority-dominated areas of Murshidabad.
The state election is likely to take place in April-May next year.


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