State TMC president urges workers to maintain party discipline

first_imgCOOCH BEhar: Subrata Bakshi, state president of Trinamool Congress, have urged party workers not to get involved in any work that would lower the prestige of the party and affect the clean image of party supremo Mamata Banerjee. He was addressing party workers at Netaji Subhas Indoor Stadium on Friday afternoon.”Always remember that our party’s main strength is honesty and transparency and you should not do anything that lowers the prestige of the party and affects the clean image of Mamata Banerjee,” Also Read – Rain batters Kolkata, cripples normal lifeBakshi said. Bakshi further said the country is on the threshold of a historic moment at the 2019 Lok Sabha election. The departure of the communal forces from India is a matter of time under the leadership of Mamata Banerjee. He said Mamata Banerjee will announce the road map that will be followed to oust BJP from India at the historic meeting scheduled to be held at Brigade Parade Ground in Kolkata on January 19, 2019. Around 500 BJP workers joined Trinamool Congress. Bakshi said over the years the strength of the party and its membership have gone up and under this situation it is mandatory for the leaders and the workers to maintain party’s discipline. The meeting was attended by Rabindranath Ghosh, district president of the party and state minister for North Bengal development, along with Partha Pratim Roy, party’s MP. All the MLAs of the district attended the meeting.last_img

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