#Kolkata: There were no separate Saturdays and Sundays during the election campaign days. For now, the election is over. Now is the day to take home the harvest of labor. Abhishek Banerjee became the Trinamool All India General Secretary on Saturday. Today I spent Sunday in a completely different way. As a new incumbent, Abhishek went door to door with the old man all day. Understood what senior grassroots leaders are expecting from him in the coming days. At the same time he explained to them that no matter what position you hold, there will never be a lack of courtesy and etiquette. One by one he touched the feet of Perth Chatterjee, Subrata Bokshi, Subrata Mukherjee. At night, he shared his experience on Twitter.
Abhishek wrote, “I was given a new responsibility by the party at the special session of the All India Trinamool Congress at the Trinamool Bhaban yesterday. I am determined to fulfill that responsibility properly. The blessings and advice of the party’s senior leaders will inspire me to move forward on this new journey.” At the beginning of this new role, I met three experienced leaders of the party, namely Mamata Banerjee’s long-time political partners Shri Subrata Bokshi, Shri Perth Chatterjee and Shri Subrata Mukherjee. Their well thought out advice will pave the way for the future. “
Today I visited Shri Subrata Bakshi, itspcofficial & Shri Subrata Mukherjee to seek their blessings, as I embark upon this new journey. As senior leaders, their expertise & leadership have always inspired me. I remain indebted for all the learnings. pic.twitter.com/WJyszj9mLn
– Abhishek Banerjee (abhishekaitc) June 6, 2021
Political observers say Abhishek’s etiquette is also familial. He got it from Mamata Banerjee. In the past too, the people of Bengal have repeatedly seen Mamata Banerjee on the battlefield. Ritimato declared war before the vote. But it was Mamata Banerjee who was elected and took the blessings of Jyoti Basu and Buddhadeb Bhattacharya. He has searched for them in every danger. Abhishek seems to be following in his footsteps. In this case, however, the elders are prominent members of his party, relatives of his soul.
The elders of the party are also happy with his manners. Subrata Bokshi hugged him today and cried. He said, “I will destroy everything I have.” All in all, this is another Sunday. A courtesy frame far removed from the politics of quarreling.