TMC expelled Jagmohan Dalmiya’s daughter from the party, raised questions on the party MLA Vaishali is the daughter of former BCCI president Jagmohan Dalmiya. Vaishali had questioned the party on several issues including corruption a few days ago. Vaishali is an MLA from Balli seat.
Assembly elections are due in West Bengal in a few months. The politics of this state has been hot. The Trinamool Congress has taken strong action against the MLA of its own party. TMC showed MLA Vaishali Dalmiya out of the party in a disciplinary committee meeting. MLA Vaishali is the daughter of former BCCI president Jagmohan Dalmiya. Vaishali had questioned the party on several issues including corruption a few days ago. Vaishali is an MLA from Balli seat. On the action taken against him, he said that the defectors remain in the party, taunting the party leadership, but the party does not take any action against them, but is taking action against honest leaders. She made it clear that she would not resign from the post of MLA nor join BJP. 4 Also read… Telangana Chief Minister KCR will leave the post, know who will be the new CM 4 TMC suffered a lot due to corruption Vaishali targeted his own party. Vaishali had said that TMC has suffered a lot due to corruption. The corruption on the ground is eating the party like a termite. TMC MLA said that there is a lot of corruption in her constituency, she has been saying this for many years. Vaishali says that she has also told this matter to Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee regarding corruption. Also read… Mamta Banerjee gets a big blow, this veteran leader resigns from ministerial post Resignation of resignations in TMC Significantly, before the assembly elections in West Bengal, TMC has a string of resignations. Many ministers and TMC MLAs have resigned in the Mamta government. Several MLAs and leaders, including Shubhendu Adhikari, have left the party. Also Read… New President of Congress: Big announcement to be made in May, decision in working committee meeting
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