Rajib Banerjee Resigns: One more resignation in West Bengal government, Forest Minister Rajib Banerjee left the post

Rajib Banerjee’s file photo

Before the West Bengal Assembly Election 2021, the difficulties of Mamata Banerjee Government are increasing. Now Forest Minister Rajib Banerjee (Rajib Banerjee) has resigned from his post.

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  • Last Updated:January 22, 2021, 5:10 PM IST

Kolkata. In West Bengal, the ruling Trinamool Congress (TMC) is not taking a name for the crisis. On the day, some big leader is leaving the party leader. The chain started with Shubhendu Adhikari continues. Meanwhile, the state government’s forest minister Rajib Banerjee (Rajib Banerjee) resigned from his post as a cabinet minister. Rajib wrote in his resignation, ‘It is a matter of great honor and privilege to serve the people of West Bengal. I express my heartfelt gratitude for taking this opportunity. Governor Jagdeep Dhankar has accepted the resignation of Rajib Banerjee.

Earlier, Pirzada Abbas Siddiqui of Furfura Sharif Dargah in Hooghly district had announced a new political organization ‘Indian Secular Front’ (ISF) on Thursday ahead of the upcoming assembly elections. Pirzada Siddiqui said that the newly formed organization can contest all 294 seats in the state assembly elections to be held.

Left-Congress alliance can stand

He also said that there is a possibility of alliance of his organization with Left-Congress alliance. On the occasion of the launch of the political organization, Siddiqui, the head of Sufi Mazar, said, “We have formed this party to ensure that constitutional democracy is protected, everyone gets social justice and we all live with respect.”

In response to a question about the possibility of an alliance with the Trinamool Congress, he said, “It is the responsibility of Mamata Banerjee to take everyone along as the Chief Minister to stop the BJP.”

Reacting to Siddiqui’s move, Trinamool Congress leader Saugat Rai claimed, ‘The minorities know very well what Mamata Banerjee has done for them. They will support Trinamool Congress. Elections for the West Bengal Legislative Assembly are likely to be held in April-May.


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