By Ujjwal Roy:
Bengal BJP chief Dilip Ghosh on Saturday dismissed Mukul Roy as an “Aaya Ram, Gaya Ram” (one who incessantly switches events) and said that staying within the BJP proved tough for individuals who have been used to the “cut money” tradition of the Trinamool Congress (TMC).
“It is not necessary that whoever comes to BJP will stay on as one needs to do “tapasya” here. Staying on in the BJP is a little tough for those who come from that party (TMC) where there is cut-money and syndicate culture,” Mr Ghosh informed information company ANI.
He stated that BJP won’t be affected in any method with Mukul Roy’s exit.
“He is an experienced politician. Whatever he has done, he must have done with a proper planning. The BJP will not be affected in any way by his exit. People are joining the party in thousands, if a few of them have some problem, they can leave. It is their personal problem, not party’s,” the BJP chief added.
He additional stated that BJP embraces everybody and in addition offers them accountability because it capabilities in a democratic method. He added that there are some who can’t work with self-discipline and a dedication in direction of its ideology and so they find yourself leaving.
Dilip Ghosh additionally stated that the celebration was constructed by previous employees who stay dedicated to the celebration and can stay with the celebration.
“We do not care much about ‘Aaya Ram, Gaya Rams‘. We care for our old party workers,” he stated.