#Kolkata: Geruya Shibir has put a lot of pressure on BJP Youth Morcha state president Soumitra Khan. Opposition leader Shuvendu Adhikari on Wednesday stepped down as president of the BJP’s Youth Front in the state, sparking outrage against state president Dilip Ghosh. But the BJP MP from Bishnupur ended the mutiny in the evening. He withdrew his resignation and returned to his post. Soumitra claimed on Facebook that he had withdrawn his resignation on the advice of BJP central general secretary BL Santosh. But Soumitra did not attend the meeting of the state committee of the BJP Youth Morcha convened at the BJP’s Hasting office on Thursday. As a result, speculation has resurfaced about him.
According to sources, the central leadership sat motionless after the drama on Wednesday. Soumitra was summoned to Delhi by the BJP’s top leadership Sources said that Union Home Minister Amit Shah also spoke with the Bishnupur MPs It is even being heard that the top leadership of the party may once again warn Soumitra.
Incidentally, four MPs from Bengal have got seats in the Union Cabinet. But Soumitra’s call did not come However, the BJP’s results in the Bishnupur Lok Sabha constituency in the Assembly elections are comparatively better than in many other places. Even after that, without getting a place in the cabinet, Soumitra Khan targeted Dilip Ghosh on Facebook at noon.
He had alleged against Shuvendu that the state’s opposition leader had been misleading the party’s top leadership by going to Delhi. He even advised the Nandigram MLA to ‘look in the mirror’ On the other hand, the state president of the party, Dilip Ghosh, joked that the MP from Bishnupur understood half. Then he got a call from Delhi. However, Dilip Ghosh retaliated against Soumitra. Without naming names, he said, ‘Jokers are discussed in politics. Young leader, if you make such a mistake, it will not work. The same mistake will not be accepted again and again. But the manner in which the Bishnupur MP was absent from the Youth Morcha meeting even after receiving a call from Delhi added to the speculation.