New Delhi: Senior BJP leader Tathagata Roy has decided to say ‘goodbye’ to the state unit of the saffron camp, for the time being, indicating that he would stop criticism of its leaders. Tathagata was criticizing Bengal BJP for a time being over various issues since the party’s loss in elections.
Tathagata said he will wait to see the municipal poll results in Bengal. He is not leaving the party, for now, his close aides confirmed.
Tathagata formed a microblog on Twitter and wrote, “I was not writing on Twitter to get applause from people. I was doing this to make the party aware of the fact that some leaders got swayed by a woman and wealth (attack at Mamata Banerjee). Now only results will speak. I will wait for the results of the municipal polls. Farewell, for now, West Bengal BJP!”
Mr. Tathagata Roy was recently being critical of the decisions taken by BJP’s West Bengal in-charge Kailash Vijayvargiya, Dilip Ghosh, and senior leaders Arvind Menon and Shiv Prakash, ahead of March-April assembly polls, and blamed them in a series of tweets for the Party’s poor show in the last assembly elections.