Srabanti Chatterjee, After failing to dislodge Mamata Banerjee’s administration despite a high-pitched campaign, the actor had kept his distance from the saffron party.
Srabanti Chatterjee, a Bengali actress who joined the BJP before this year’s assembly elections and ran unsuccessfully against TMC heavyweight Partha Chatterjee, resigned from the saffron party on Thursday, blaming the party’s “lack of initiative and commitment to progress the cause of West Bengal.”
After failing to unseat Mamata Banerjee’s government in the eastern state despite a high-pitched campaign, the 34-year-old actor kept his distance from the saffron party.
“I am severing all links with the Bharatiya. Janata Party (BJP), the party for which I ran in the recent state elections. “The reason is their lack of initiative and earnestness in advancing Bengal’s cause,” Chatterjee tweeted.
The West Bengal BJP, on the other hand, downplayed Chatterjee’s move, claiming that “it will hardly effect the party.”
“I’m not sure if she stayed with the party after the elections.” “It won’t affect the party,” claimed. BJP state chief Sukanta Majumdar.
BJP leader. Tathagata Roy, who has been blaming the party’s senior brass for the electoral fiasco. Echoed him, calling Chatterjee’s exit a “good riddance.”
Roy had chastised the BJP for bringing in people with no political experience, particularly those from the entertainment industry, and fielding them in assembly elections while neglecting loyal and trustworthy party members.
“Goodbye, bye, bye, bye, bye, bye “I don’t recall if she made any significant contributions during the years,” the former governor of Meghalaya and Tripura stated.
In March of this year, Chatterjee, who was once close to West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee and the TMC, joined the BJP. She ran in the Behala Paschim constituency, but was defeated by state minister Partha Chatterjee by more than 50,000 votes.
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