With only a few months left for the West Bengal Meeting elections, Meghalaya Governor and former BJP chief Tathagata Roy has expressed need to return to energetic politics in West Bengal as soon as his tenure because the governor ends.
The 74-year-old former West Bengal BJP president additionally expressed his disagreement with among the “illogical” feedback made by the saffron get together”s state management and felt these “didn’t go down nicely with the individuals of the state”.
Mr Roy, throughout a latest webinar, expressed his need to return to energetic politics in West Bengal if the get together management is keen.
“After my tenure because the governor ends, I wish to return to energetic politics and serve West Bengal. After I return to my state, I’ll discuss to the get together (about it). It’s as much as them to simply accept or reject my proposal,” Mr Roy stated.
Mr Roy was the state BJP president from 2002-2006 and a member of the BJP’s nationwide govt from 2002-2015.
He was appointed because the governor of Tripura in Could, 2015 and later took over because the governor of Meghalaya in August, 2018.
His tenure because the Meghalaya governor resulted in Could but it surely was prolonged as a result of COVID-19 outbreak.
When his feedback have been sought on some controversial statements made by the state BJP leaders, Roy, with out naming anybody, stated he feels that sure statements have finished “extra hurt than good to the get together”.
“In West Bengal, the North Indian tradition of ‘Gai Hamari Mata Hain’ (cow is our mom) will not work. Statements reminiscent of cow’s milk has gold or cow urine can treatment COVID-19 will not assist the BJP in West Bengal,” he stated.
Though state BJP president Dilip Ghosh declined to touch upon the problem, a bit of the get together management felt Mr Roy’s feedback have been aimed toward him.
“I do not need to touch upon this matter as I’ve not heard these statements,” Mr Ghosh stated.
The state is scheduled to go to Meeting elections in April or Could subsequent 12 months.