‘Khela Hobe’ in Bengal in a few days, more than 30 TMC MLAs are in contact with us – BJP MLA Agnimitra
Kolkata. BJP MLA from West Bengal Agnimitra Paul said on Tuesday, ‘Khela’ will be played in Bengal in December, more than 30 TMC MLAs are in touch with our party. He said, the MLAs know that after December their government will not last for days…50% of the people running the state are in jail…the remaining 50% will also go to jail…then who will run the government?
There will be a big game in West Bengal in the next month i.e. December. BJP MLA Agnimitra Paul has claimed this. Paul has claimed that more than 30 TMC MLAs are in touch with the BJP. He said that after December the Trinamool Congress government will not be able to run in the state.
Please tell that Agnimitra Paul made this claim at a time when Leader of Opposition Shubhendu Adhikari has been claiming for a long time that the TMC government will not exist in December. After Shubhendu Adhikari, now BJP MLA Agnimitra Paul has claimed this.
Agnimitra Paul said, there would have been a big game in Bengal in December. More than 30 TMC MLAs are in touch with BJP. TMC MLAs know that after December their government will not last long, their survival is at stake.
Agnimitra Paul said, I am a simple leader. Our top leadership and opposition leaders say that the way the state is running, the government is not able to give DA, unable to pay, jobs are not available, this is what our top leadership and opposition leaders say from their political experience. have been From what we’re hearing, something could happen in December.
Earlier, Shubhendu Adhikari had claimed that the Trinamool Congress government would cease to exist in the state after December and the assembly elections in the state would be held in 2024 along with the Lok Sabha elections. He had said, wait for a few months, this government will not remain in power in West Bengal. Take my word for it, the Trinamool government will not be in power in West Bengal till December this year. Significantly, in the last few months, the officer has repeatedly claimed that a Maharashtra-like situation will prevail in Jharkhand, Rajasthan and West Bengal, ruled by opposition parties.