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Former TMC MP Dinesh Trivedi joins BJP ahead of West Bengal assembly polls

Former TMC MP Dinesh Trivedi joins BJP forward of West Bengal meeting polls | Information

New Delhi: Dinesh Trivedi, who had resigned from his Rajya Sabha seat joined the Bharatiya Janata Celebration (BJP) forward of polling within the state. The saffron social gathering is held a press convention to announce the identical.
बीजेपी में शामिल हुए पूर्व TMC नेता दिनेश त्रिवेदी
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Trivedi had resigned from the Mamata Banerjee led social gathering saying he felt suffocated. He additionally alleged that the social gathering was “not in arms of” its chief Mamata Banerjee.
Dinesh Trivedi’s resignation got here two days after he had endorsed Prime Minister Modi’s speech in Lok Sabha wherein he referred to as for a key position within the non-public sector. He had additionally applauded the BJP-led Centre saying the nation is beneath the very best management.
Trivedi, who represented West Bengal in Rajya Sabha for the third time and was a former railway minister, introduced his resignation in the home throughout a debate on the Union Price range, saying he can’t communicate concerning the violence in his state.
In the meantime, on Friday West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee launched an inventory of 291 candidates and introduced that she is going to contest from Nandigram seat. The names included 50 ladies, 42 Muslim candidates. 
Mamata Banerjee advised reporters, “We now have focussed on younger folks this time, and 27-28 seats shall be given to children,” including “These above 80 years of age have been dropped within the wake of COVID-19 scenario and in view Election Fee norms.”
The BJP is prone to launch its first listing of candidates for West Bengal on March 7 after Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Brigade Rally in Kolkata.