Mukul’s Joining Not To Create Division In Bengal BJP: Manoj

Manoj Sinha (Centre) at BJP Nadia district office in Krishnanagar on SundayManoj Sinha (Centre) at BJP Nadia district office in Krishnanagar on Sunday

Krishnanagar,  Nov. 5: Senior BJP leader and union minister of state for railways Manoj Sinha today said that joining of former Trinamul leader Mukul Roy to the party would not make any division in the Bengal BJP.

The Ghazipur MP, who is one of the BJP leaders entrusted the job to revive the organization in Bengal ahead of the gram panchayat election said: “We welcome Mukul Roy to our party . He is an experienced leader. His joining would strengthen the party largely to fight against the ruling Trinamul Congress in the Bengal. It will not create any division. His experience would come to as a great help to develop the party base as he knows rural Bengal very well”.

“Our party workers are eagerly waiting to listen from him when he would hopefully speak in a rally in Calcutta next week”, the deputy railways minister added.

The junior railway minister today held organizational meeting at the district party office in Krishnanagar town with the BJP activists involved with Krishnanagar (North) and Krishnanagar (South) assembly constituencies.

Speaking to the local leaders and activists, Sinha said: “BJP is the future in Bengal. We are in a process to come up as the only alternative force in Bengal. This process needed to be completed by the time of Panchayat poll.

“People in Bengal now wants another change in rule. It appears that they have made up their minds to bring BJP in power “, he said.