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Tripura by-elections: Ex-MLA from Scheduled Caste community quits Trinamool Congress

Ashish Das, a Schedule Cast community leader from Tripura, had shaved his head after quitting the BJP to join Trinamool Congress last year. Several other BJP leaders had also shaved his heads to join TMC.

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The Mamata Banerjee-led Trinamool Congress on Friday suffered another setback in Tripura where party’s former MLA, who had joined the TMC last year, quit the party ahead of crucial bypolls in the state.

The crucial announcement came two days after the Election Commission announced declared bypolls for 4 assembly segments including his constituency Surma in West Bengal. The bypolls in Northeast state are scheduled for June 23 and is being seen as the semi-final to the early-2023 assembly elections in Tripura.

Criticizing the Trinamool leadership, Das alleged internal groupism in the party and said it was being run like a puppet show. The Trinamool wants to secure themselves in West Bengal by weakening the Congress in rest of the country, in a way that helps the BJP, he said.

Targetting Trinamool National General Secretary and the nephew of Mamata Banerjee Abhishek Banerjee, Das said there was no democratic environment in both BJP and Trinamool.

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After quitting the party, Das said Few months back there was a buzz in favour of TMC in Tripura and nearly 80% of the state’s population felt inclined to join the party. At that time, he quit the BJP and joined TMC. But now he has realized that TMC doesn’t give due respect to people of Tripura and doesn’t allow him to continue with the party. TMC has no future here, he said.

Ashis Das, a leader from the Scheduled Caste community had joined the Trinamool last year after quitting the BJP.

Das had shaved his head after quitting the BJP to join Trinamool after and also heaped praises on West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee. Apart from Das, several other BJP leaders had also shaved his head in West Bengal before joinning the Mamata Banerjee’s party.

The Trinamool has been trying to make inroads into the Northeast state ahead of next year’s assembly elections.

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Pavan Varma quits Trinamool Congress two days after Nitish Kumar returns as Bihar CM with RJD support

The JD(U) had sacked hijm over the issue of the Citizenship Amendment Act as he did not agree with the stand of Nitish Kumar on the issue.

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Former Rajya Sabha MP Pavan Varma on Friday sent his resignation to West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee, just 10 months after joining the party.

The former Janata Dal-United (JDU) leader announced his exit from Trinamool Congress on Twitter tagging Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee. The move triggered speculations that he will go back to his former party, JDU.

This development comes two days after Bihar CM Nitish Kumar returned to the Mahagathbandhan, breaking JD(U)’s alliance with the NDA in Bihar.

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The diplomat-turned-politician was sacked from the JD(U) over the issue of the Citizenship Amendment Act as he did not agree with the stand of Nitish Kumar on the issue. He was expelled by the JDU in January 2020 along with the then party’s national vice-president Prashant Kishor for allegedly not following party discipline.

Varma had joined the Trinamool Congress in November last year after a stint with the Janata Dal (United).

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Tejashwi Yadav hits back at Giriraj Singh for sharing edited 2 crore job promise clip, says don’t be so shameless

Bihar Deputy CM had promised 2 crore jobs as a chief ministerial candidate during the 2020 Assembly elections.

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Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Tejashwi Yadav on Thursday slammed Union Minister Giriraj Singh for sharing an edited video clip from one of his interviews in which Yadav can be seen promising 2 crore jobs in Bihar.

Bihar Deputy CM had promised 2 crore jobs as a chief ministerial candidate during the 2020 Assembly elections.

The Union Minister shared an edited version of one of his TV interviews with Zee News. Replying on fulfilling the promise of 1 million jobs, the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) leader said that the promise was made as a chief ministerial candidate but, in the current formation, he is the deputy chief minister.

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Sharing a video of his full reply, the RJD leader said don’t be so shameless. The plight of the BJP is because of the idiotic acts of such people who share edited videos, he tweeted.

Having a one-foot-long braid does not make one knowledgeable, he tweeted.

Asking Singh to listen full video of the interview, Yadav said these poor guys have no face in Bihar.

In the complete video, Yadav can be heard saying that chief minister Nitish Kumar has discussed the matter with him and he is serious about job creation. Once the vote of trust is over and the government is formed, it will happen, definitely happen, he told the Zee News.

Nitish Kumar has directed the officials to provide as many jobs as possible, Yadav said.

The RJD made education, health care, irrigation, and employment the main focus areas during the 2020 elections and is committed to upgrading Bihar’s education and health system. His party also committed upgrade the farm sector for better productivity to create avenues for jobs, Yadav had said.

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Bihar Grand Alliance 2.0: Nitish Kumar to take oath as CM for 8th time, Tejashwi Yadav as Deputy CM today at 2 pm

The swearing-in ceremony will take place at 2 pm today.

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A day after Nitish Kumar resigned as the Bihar Chief Minister and broke his alliance with the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Kumar is all set to take oath as the CM again for the eighth time in his political career. Rashtriya Janata Dal leader Tejashwi Yadav will also take an oath as Deputy Chief Minister for the second time. The swearing-in ceremony will take place at 2 pm today.

Nitish Kumar announced a new grand alliance after resigning from the BJP. The Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD), the Congress, and the Left parties would be Kumar’s strongest supporters during his upcoming second term as chief minister under Mahagathabandan. He is currently the leader of the Janata Dal (United).

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Mahagathbandhan, also known as the Grand Alliance, consists of political parties such as Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD), Indian National Congress (INC), Janata Dal (United), and Left parties including Communist Party of India (CPI), Communist Party of India (Marxist–Leninist) Liberation-CPIML (Liberation), and Communist Party of India (Marxist) (CPIM).

RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav, members of the Congress, and members of the Left Front joined Kumar as he made his claim for government formation before the governor by presenting the letter of support from the MLAs.

Nitish Kumar after his first session with the Governor said he has resigned and has informed all his MLAs. He split from the BJP for the second time in nine years. He said his resignation from the party was based on the feedback he received at an interaction with his party’s legislators.

Nitish Kumar charged the BJP with engaging in horse trading by offering some party leaders lucrative positions as ministers.

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