Sharpening his attack on the saffron party, Tapas Roy alleged that the BJP was trying to disparage the inclusive nature of Bengal, and its history.
Attempt to keep party intact in the face of influx from TMC cadre
The statement came after she held a meeting with chief minister Mamata Banerjee’s nephew Abhishek Banerjee.
The TMC leader also said deposit bases of public sector banks are gradually weakening, while those of the private lenders are "growing incrementally".
Shatabdi Roy said she would fly to Delhi on Saturday morning and she might or might not meet Union Home Minister Amit Shah.
Close on heels of his son Suvendu Adhikari crossing over to the BJP, his father and Trinamool Congress MP Sisir Adhikari was on Wednesday removed as East Midnapore district president
Assembly elections in West Bengal are due this year and the BJP is aiming to dislodge the Trinamool Congress government in the state.
Mamata sought suggestions and opinions from MPs, MLAs and the lower-tier workers as well to ascertain the specific issues to be showcased in the manifesto ahead of the upcoming Assembly elections.
Chatterjee also claimed that the BJP could have won 23-24 seats in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections in West Bengal, had the Trinamool Congress, his former party, not used muscle power.
He claimed that he has been the subject of spiteful aggression launched by TMC since he left the party and joined the BJP in December.
BJP said the real picture is the opposite as a massive exodus from the ruling party will take place shortly.
The party has set a target of 40,000 villages under the 'Krishak Suraksha Abhiyan' and asked its workers to carry out the door-to-door campaign.
TMC supremo Mamata Banerjee is the real face of secular politics against the BJP, Sougata Roy said.
Speaking at a public meeting in Howrah, Ghosh said the TMC had been pursuing "politics of appeasement", but the party did nothing to uplift the financial status of Muslims.
The BJP has no right to celebrate Swamiji's birthday, the Trinamool Congress MP from Diamond Harbour said while addressing a rally in south Kolkata.