• A TMC chief stated that Banerjee was very optimistic in regards to the success of the Duware Sarkar or authorities on the doorstep programme that began two months in the past.

Trinamool Congress (TMC) chief Mamata Banerjee has requested prime leaders of the get together to hit the marketing campaign path for West Bengal meeting elections 2021 with full steam from February 1 and venture the state authorities’s work earlier than the individuals as a substitute of participating in mere political rhetoric towards the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), stated get together leaders, who attended the closed-door assembly on the chief minister’s south Kolkata residence on Friday afternoon.

Banerjee addressed members of the Parliament and a few hand-picked ministers and MLAs, thought-about members of her core workforce. TMC election strategist Prashant Kishor was current on the assembly which began at four pm and continued until 5.30 pm.

“She asked party leaders to adopt a positive attitude and concentrate on core issues. She was not at all concerned about leaders joining the BJP,” a senior TMC chief, who attended the assembly, stated on situation of anonymity.

“She took up issues specific to different zones of Bengal and discussed the findings in recent surveys, carried out by the government. She was very optimistic about the success of the Duware Sarkar (government at the doorstep) programme that started two months ago,” he added.

The assembly was held hours after former forest minister Rajib Banerjee resigned from the state meeting amid speculations that he would be part of the BJP in presence of Union dwelling minister Amit Shah, who was scheduled to reach in Kolkata late on Friday night time on a two-day tour of Bengal, the place polls are due in March-April.

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“We have been asked to start a full-fledged campaign from February 1,” Lok Sabha member and get together spokesperson Saugata Roy stated after the assembly.

Asked about Rajib Banerjee, who was seen carrying {a photograph} of the chief minister whereas leaving the meeting home, Roy stated, “This is all drama. He has said a lot of things over the past few days. Those who want to leave the party are free to go. The chief minister made it clear long ago. The so-called dissidents may be of interest to the media. We do not discuss them.”

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