Trinamool Doors Shut For "Backstabbers, Fence-Sitters": Abhishek Banerjee

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Publish Date : 2022-05-30


Trinamool Doors Shut For "Backstabbers, Fence-Sitters": Abhishek Banerjee

Kolkata: Claiming that the BJP would seize to exist in Bengal if the TMC "opens its doors", the national general secretary of Bengal's ruling party, Abhishek Banerjee, asserted on Monday that "backstabbers and fence-sitters" would not be allowed to join the camp. Amid the perceived power struggle over the number two spot in the ruling party, Mr Banerjee, who is also the nephew of TMC boss and West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, said it is the "cadres" who hold the second position. The Diamond Harbour MP also clarified the "old-timers who had for years toiled hard for the party are its real assets, and new entrants won't be preferred to them". "If I reveal the names of those who are in touch with us, all of you will be astonished. If we open our doors, the BJP will cease to exist in Bengal. We have kept our doors closed, and we will not open it for backstabbers and fence-sitters," Mr Banerjee said at a rally in Shyamnagar area of Barrackpore Lok Sabha seat, whose MP Arjun Singh quit the saffron camp to return to the TMC last week. Mr Singh returned as he understood that "BJP's rise in Bengal is equivalent to inviting danger" to the state. "Many leaders have left the TMC before assembly polls, thinking that the BJP would come to power. Several ‘Mir Jafars' (the general who betrayed Nawab Siraj ud Daulah at the Battle of Plassey) and Gaddars (traitors) are knocking at our doors, but they won't be allowed inside," he said.

Kolkata: Claiming that the BJP would seize to exist in Bengal if the TMC "opens its doors", the national general secretary of Bengal's ruling party, Abhishek Banerjee, asserted on Monday that "backstabbers and fence-sitters" would not be allowed to join the camp. Amid the perceived power struggle over the number two spot in the ruling party, Mr Banerjee, who is also the nephew of TMC boss and West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, said it is the "cadres" who hold the second position. The Diamond Harbour MP also clarified the "old-timers who had for years toiled hard for the party are its real assets, and new entrants won't be preferred to them". "If I reveal the names of those who are in touch with us, all of you will be astonished. If we open our doors, the BJP will cease to exist in Bengal. We have kept our doors closed, and we will not open it for backstabbers and fence-sitters," Mr Banerjee said at a rally in Shyamnagar area of Barrackpore Lok Sabha seat, whose MP Arjun Singh quit the saffron camp to return to the TMC last week. Mr Singh returned as he understood that "BJP's rise in Bengal is equivalent to inviting danger" to the state. "Many leaders have left the TMC before assembly polls, thinking that the BJP would come to power. Several ‘Mir Jafars' (the general who betrayed Nawab Siraj ud Daulah at the Battle of Plassey) and Gaddars (traitors) are knocking at our doors, but they won't be allowed inside," he said.Kolkata: Claiming that the BJP would seize to exist in Bengal if the TMC "opens its doors", the national general secretary of Bengal's ruling party, Abhishek Banerjee, asserted on Monday that "backstabbers and fence-sitters" would not be allowed to join the camp. Amid the perceived power struggle over the number two spot in the ruling party, Mr Banerjee, who is also the nephew of TMC boss and West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, said it is the "cadres" who hold the second position. The Diamond Harbour MP also clarified the "old-timers who had for years toiled hard for the party are its real assets, and new entrants won't be preferred to them". "If I reveal the names of those who are in touch with us, all of you will be astonished. If we open our doors, the BJP will cease to exist in Bengal. We have kept our doors closed, and we will not open it for backstabbers and fence-sitters," Mr Banerjee said at a rally in Shyamnagar area of Barrackpore Lok Sabha seat, whose MP Arjun Singh quit the saffron camp to return to the TMC last week. Mr Singh returned as he understood that "BJP's rise in Bengal is equivalent to inviting danger" to the state. "Many leaders have left the TMC before assembly polls, thinking that the BJP would come to power. Several ‘Mir Jafars' (the general who betrayed Nawab Siraj ud Daulah at the Battle of Plassey) and Gaddars (traitors) are knocking at our doors, but they won't be allowed inside," he said.Kolkata: Claiming that the BJP would seize to exist in Bengal if the TMC "opens its doors", the national general secretary of Bengal's ruling party, Abhishek Banerjee, asserted on Monday that "backstabbers and fence-sitters" would not be allowed to join the camp. Amid the perceived power struggle over the number two spot in the ruling party, Mr Banerjee, who is also the nephew of TMC boss and West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, said it is the "cadres" who hold the second position. The Diamond Harbour MP also clarified the "old-timers who had for years toiled hard for the party are its real assets, and new entrants won't be preferred to them". "If I reveal the names of those who are in touch with us, all of you will be astonished. If we open our doors, the BJP will cease to exist in Bengal. We have kept our doors closed, and we will not open it for backstabbers and fence-sitters," Mr Banerjee said at a rally in Shyamnagar area of Barrackpore Lok Sabha seat, whose MP Arjun Singh quit the saffron camp to return to the TMC last week. Mr Singh returned as he understood that "BJP's rise in Bengal is equivalent to inviting danger" to the state. "Many leaders have left the TMC before assembly polls, thinking that the BJP would come to power. Several ‘Mir Jafars' (the general who betrayed Nawab Siraj ud Daulah at the Battle of Plassey) and Gaddars (traitors) are knocking at our doors, but they won't be allowed inside," he said.Kolkata: Claiming that the BJP would seize to exist in Bengal if the TMC "opens its doors", the national general secretary of Bengal's ruling party, Abhishek Banerjee, asserted on Monday that "backstabbers and fence-sitters" would not be allowed to join the camp. Amid the perceived power struggle over the number two spot in the ruling party, Mr Banerjee, who is also the nephew of TMC boss and West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, said it is the "cadres" who hold the second position. The Diamond Harbour MP also clarified the "old-timers who had for years toiled hard for the party are its real assets, and new entrants won't be preferred to them". "If I reveal the names of those who are in touch with us, all of you will be astonished. If we open our doors, the BJP will cease to exist in Bengal. We have kept our doors closed, and we will not open it for backstabbers and fence-sitters," Mr Banerjee said at a rally in Shyamnagar area of Barrackpore Lok Sabha seat, whose MP Arjun Singh quit the saffron camp to return to the TMC last week. Mr Singh returned as he understood that "BJP's rise in Bengal is equivalent to inviting danger" to the state. "Many leaders have left the TMC before assembly polls, thinking that the BJP would come to power. Several ‘Mir Jafars' (the general who betrayed Nawab Siraj ud Daulah at the Battle of Plassey) and Gaddars (traitors) are knocking at our doors, but they won't be allowed inside," he said.Kolkata: Claiming that the BJP would seize to exist in Bengal if the TMC "opens its doors", the national general secretary of Bengal's ruling party, Abhishek Banerjee, asserted on Monday that "backstabbers and fence-sitters" would not be allowed to join the camp. Amid the perceived power struggle over the number two spot in the ruling party, Mr Banerjee, who is also the nephew of TMC boss and West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, said it is the "cadres" who hold the second position. The Diamond Harbour MP also clarified the "old-timers who had for years toiled hard for the party are its real assets, and new entrants won't be preferred to them". "If I reveal the names of those who are in touch with us, all of you will be astonished. If we open our doors, the BJP will cease to exist in Bengal. We have kept our doors closed, and we will not open it for backstabbers and fence-sitters," Mr Banerjee said at a rally in Shyamnagar area of Barrackpore Lok Sabha seat, whose MP Arjun Singh quit the saffron camp to return to the TMC last week. Mr Singh returned as he understood that "BJP's rise in Bengal is equivalent to inviting danger" to the state. "Many leaders have left the TMC before assembly polls, thinking that the BJP would come to power. Several ‘Mir Jafars' (the general who betrayed Nawab Siraj ud Daulah at the Battle of Plassey) and Gaddars (traitors) are knocking at our doors, but they won't be allowed inside," he said.Kolkata: Claiming that the BJP would seize to exist in Bengal if the TMC "opens its doors", the national general secretary of Bengal's ruling party, Abhishek Banerjee, asserted on Monday that "backstabbers and fence-sitters" would not be allowed to join the camp. Amid the perceived power struggle over the number two spot in the ruling party, Mr Banerjee, who is also the nephew of TMC boss and West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, said it is the "cadres" who hold the second position. The Diamond Harbour MP also clarified the "old-timers who had for years toiled hard for the party are its real assets, and new entrants won't be preferred to them". "If I reveal the names of those who are in touch with us, all of you will be astonished. If we open our doors, the BJP will cease to exist in Bengal. We have kept our doors closed, and we will not open it for backstabbers and fence-sitters," Mr Banerjee said at a rally in Shyamnagar area of Barrackpore Lok Sabha seat, whose MP Arjun Singh quit the saffron camp to return to the TMC last week. Mr Singh returned as he understood that "BJP's rise in Bengal is equivalent to inviting danger" to the state. "Many leaders have left the TMC before assembly polls, thinking that the BJP would come to power. Several ‘Mir Jafars' (the general who betrayed Nawab Siraj ud Daulah at the Battle of Plassey) and Gaddars (traitors) are knocking at our doors, but they won't be allowed inside," he said.Kolkata: Claiming that the BJP would seize to exist in Bengal if the TMC "opens its doors", the national general secretary of Bengal's ruling party, Abhishek Banerjee, asserted on Monday that "backstabbers and fence-sitters" would not be allowed to join the camp. Amid the perceived power struggle over the number two spot in the ruling party, Mr Banerjee, who is also the nephew of TMC boss and West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, said it is the "cadres" who hold the second position. The Diamond Harbour MP also clarified the "old-timers who had for years toiled hard for the party are its real assets, and new entrants won't be preferred to them". "If I reveal the names of those who are in touch with us, all of you will be astonished. If we open our doors, the BJP will cease to exist in Bengal. We have kept our doors closed, and we will not open it for backstabbers and fence-sitters," Mr Banerjee said at a rally in Shyamnagar area of Barrackpore Lok Sabha seat, whose MP Arjun Singh quit the saffron camp to return to the TMC last week. Mr Singh returned as he understood that "BJP's rise in Bengal is equivalent to inviting danger" to the state. "Many leaders have left



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