Mamata Banerjee scolds MP Mahua Moitra, said ‘Infighting won’t be tolerated’
West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee scolded Mahua Moitra, MP from Krishnanagar at a public meeting. Banerjee warned her and said ‘Infighting won’t be tolerated.’
In a surprising move, the West Bengal Chief Minister and TMC supremo Mamata Banerjee scolded the party’s MP Mahua Moitra and warned her against the infighting in the party. While addressing a public meeting in Bengal’s Krishnanagar district, Banerjee said “Mahua, let me give a very crystal clear view here. I don’t feel the need to look onto the fact that who is against whom, but when it comes to the elections, it is the party that will take the final shot in deciding who will contest the elections and who will not. Hence, there should be no disagreement here.”
Banerjee further added that there should not be any reason for anyone to believe that the same person will be in the same post forever. The TMC supremo was referring to the posters that were being put up accusing a group of Trinamool Congress leaders of corruption. Banerjee further said that a police investigation had revealed that all those allegations were fake and were planted in the media. She said, “I have cross-checked it through the CID.”
The scolding also comes after Moitra was recently removed from her post of the president of the Nadia District. Things started to escalate from the recently concluded West Bengal Assembly Elections where no tickets were given to the list of the probable candidates for Nadia which were suggested by Mahua. Following this, she started to avoid campaigning and was not much active during the entire campaigning.
The stern warning and clear message by Mamata Banerjee come at a time where Civic Polls is impending. A senior Trinamool leader said that Mahua, who is made the poll in charge of the party in Goa, can likely be permanently discharged from her duties in Nadia and be sent to the coastal state.
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