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NEW DELHI: Trinamool Congress suffered a recent blow earlier than the Bengal elections as senior social gathering MP Dinesh Trivedi resigned his Rajya Sabha seat on Friday, asserting it on the ground of the House. Shortly afterwards, he handed in his resignation to Rajya Sabha chairman and Vice President Venkaiah Naidu.
While he has not made it official but, Trivedi, it’s learnt, is on his option to swap sides to BJP, following the footsteps of a few of his social gathering colleagues who’ve already switched to the saffron camp. On the hypothesis he advised reporters: “I am trying to join myself first,” with out ruling out the proposition.
One of TMC’s acquainted faces in Delhi, Trivedi’s exit added to a collection of dramatic exits from Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee’s social gathering forward of the Bengal elections due by May. He complained that TMC was being run by “somebody who doesn’t know politics” and nobody had time to talk to him, implying that the social gathering was being run by Prashant Kishor, who has been enlisted by Banerjee to plan her election marketing campaign two years in the past.
“When the party goes into hands of a corporate professional, he is running the party, no one has time to listen. Somebody does not now the ABC of politics, he is becoming my neta (leader). So what can people do in such a situation? The daily fights, the daily abuse of each other – you can’t run a country like this,” the 70-year-old advised reporters, claiming he felt relieved.
A former railway minister within the UPA-2 regime when TMC was a part of the nationwide alliance, Trivedi was just lately made a Rajya Sabha member from TMC, after he misplaced his Barrackpore Lok Sabha seat to BJP in 2019.
While TMC leaders referred to as it “being ungrateful” on Trivedi’s half, a jubilant BJP in Kolkata shortly prolonged its welcome to him to affix the saffron camp.
An indignant TMC lashed again at Trivedi, who had been sustaining distance with the social gathering for the final two months, saying he has betrayed the social gathering management and the belief of the folks. TMC Rajya Sabha deputy chief Sukhendu Sekhar Roy mentioned, “he is ungrateful and has betrayed the trust of the masses.”
“For the last so many years he (Trivedi) did not say anything. Now suddenly just months before the state assembly poll he has complaints. This shows his true colours,” Roy mentioned. Echoing the identical sentiment social gathering’s Lok Sabha MP Sougata Roy mentioned, “folks like Trivedi take pleasure in energy throughout their tenure and go away on the time of elections. If he had grievances, he might have aired it within the social gathering… This is unlucky. I’m saddened. It isn’t good that he has resigned. I knew he was dissatisfied however I didn’t know he would give up.”
While asserting his resignation, Trivedi mentioned he feels suffocated within the House as he’s unable to do something for the violence occurring in his state, West Bengal. “If you sit right here quietly and can’t do something, then it’s higher that you simply resign from right here and go to the land of Bengal and be with folks,” he mentioned.
“I am grateful to my party that it has sent me here, but now I feel a little suffocated. We are unable to do anything and there is atrocity (going on). My voice of conscience is saying what Swami Vivekananda used to say- arise, awake and stop not till the goal is reached,” Trivedi mentioned, asserting his resignation.
Trivedi is learnt to have mentioned in shut circles that he can be working to make Bengal part of the nationwide mainstream, because the state has fallen out of it, hinting at the truth that he can be a part of the ruling social gathering on the Centre.
Stunned on the developments, TMC sources mentioned, he had tweeted reward of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s speech in Parliament on Thursday, at a time his social gathering chief Banerjee, has been going hammer and tongs in opposition to BJP and its management. His Twitter account briefly vanished after his resignation.

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