“Babul Supriyo should have told BJP before leaving the party. His exit is not a loss for BJP. He is not a mass leader and not a good political organizer. However, personally, he is my good friend,” Adhikari, a former TMC leader who joined BJP ahead of this year’s Bengal polls, said.,free cricket betting tips & predictions for today match
free link slots,Meanwhile, BJP state spokesperson Shamik Bhattacharya said his decision to jump ship proves he is an "opportunist".
free slots no deposit keep winnings,"It only proves that he was with the party only for the post of a central minister. As he was dropped from the ministry, he switched camps. But let me make this clear that in 2024 a BJP candidate will win the Asansol Lok Sabha seat," he said.
Supriyo, a former Union minister and sitting BJP MP, earlier today joined the Trinamool Congress in Kolkata, nearly a month after announcing that he was quitting politics.,dafabet app download english
"Today, in the presence of national general secretary Abhishek Banerjee and RS MP Derek O'Brien, former Union Minister and sitting MP Babul Supriyo joined the Trinamool family," the party said in a tweet.,free spin and win real money
football today goal,After joining the Bengal’s ruling party, he said: “When I had said two months back that I want to quit politics, I was serious about it. After getting this new opportunity, however, I decided to change my mind. I am very excited about joining the TMC. I will work for the development of Bengal.”
"I am grateful to Abhishek Banerjee, (TMC national general secretary) and Mamata Banerjee for giving me an opportunity to work for the state. I will follow the rulebook; there is no point in holding on to the Asansol seat when I have joined the TMC," he added.,free video slots online
betaways,On July 31, Supriyo, a two-term MP from Asansol, had announced that he was quitting politics but said he would continue to discharge his constitutional responsibilities as a Lok Sabha member.