Ghosh’s statement came after BJP MLA in Bankura’s Onda Amarnath Sakha demanded a separate state comprising five districts in south Bengal.
Ghosh, known for making controversial remarks, said the TMC leaders will soon face 'public ire' for their alleged involvement in various scams, including cattle smuggling and the SSC scandals.
"A section of CBI officers has been sold in exchange of lakh or crore. Realising it, the Centre asked the ED to step in and probe the different cases of corruption in the state," Ghosh said.
Earlier, he also alleged that the CBI was not acting promptly in the alleged recruitment scam in schools promptly despite the high court’s order.
Amid row between Bengal Speaker and BJP, Trinamool demands action against Dilip Ghosh for comment against Mamata
Ghosh had allegedly made some derogatory comments against Banerjee referring to her 'Banglar Meye. (Daughter of Bengal) campaign during the last assembly polls in Bengal.
A day after being cautioned by the central leadership, BJP national vice-president Dilip Ghosh on Wednesday said he will abide by instructions from the party leadership.
Dilip Ghosh, the former president of the Bengal BJP, has described his successor Sukanta Majumdar as an inexperienced leader who has arrived at the scene recently.
The BJP leader asserted that he would continue to play a vital role in the Bengal unit, despite his responsibilities in other states, but the TMC termed it as an "attempt to clip his wings".
"Sukanta Majumdar is comparatively new; it is quite obvious that he is taking time to adjust," Dilip Ghosh had said.
Ghosh said that the party should work as a united force to be able to fight against the alleged misrule of the Trinamool Congress.
He said that elections in West Bengal won't be needed to be conducted under the security provided by central forces after the BJP comes to power in the state.
He said the state government's decision to take recourse to "erratic" lockdowns have not resulted in improving the situation but rather "aggravated" it.
West Bengal became the second state to throw open the doors of the shrines for devotees after Karnataka, which has sought permission from the Centre to reopen religious places from Monday.
The one time second-in-command of Trinamool, Roy's name figures in both the Saradha ponzi scam and Narada sting cases.