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Bengal: A setback to BJP, 20 leaders resign in Jalpaiguri.

Jalpaiguri : Days after Bharatiya Janata Party MP Arjun Singh joined the Trinamool Congress, not less than 20 BJP leaders in West Bengal’s Jalpaiguri stepped down from their posts, accusing the district management of taking cash for inclusion in an area panel. resigned. A celebration official gave this info on Wednesday.
Disgruntled occasion leaders, together with Jalpaiguri BJP common secretary Amal Rai, claimed those that labored for the occasion and fled their properties resulting from post-poll violence within the state weren’t discovered within the newly shaped Mayanguri Dakshin Mandal Samiti. Rai alleged that cash was taken in lieu of people that had been lately included within the native panel. “The rebel leaders have submitted their resignation letters to the district chief,” he claimed.
When contacted, BJP’s Jalpaiguri district president Bapi Goswami declined to touch upon the allegations. The incident comes at a time when Union Home Minister and senior BJP chief Amit Shah, throughout his West Bengal go to a couple of weeks again, had suggested the state unit to strengthen the occasion group to offer a tricky combat to the ruling Trinamool Congress.
State BJP spokesperson Shamik Bhattacharya denied the allegation of including new members to the native committee in lieu of cash however admitted that “there is some difference of opinion in the organisation”. “The party will look into the matter and the problem will be resolved soon,” he stated. It could be talked about that Jalpaiguri is a stronghold of the BJP and the occasion had gained 4 out of seven seats within the district within the final meeting elections. Singh had returned to the Trinamool on May 22.

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