The gag is said to be significant in the backdrop of recent developments ahead of the civic polls resulting in embarrassment for the ruling party.
Talking to reporters here on Monday, Kandolkar also said he was not quitting as TMC's Goa unit chief, but was upset with I-PAC head Prashant Kishor and his team.
Roy had stated that I-PAC was doing well and its style of working was not seen in Bengal politics in the recent times.
“The party has been discussing steps to terminate the agreement with I-PAC,” said a TMC leader.
Drawing a distinction between the TMC and Prashant Kishor-led I-PAC, senior leader Derek O'Brien on Wednesday said the party hired the political advocacy group for five years.
I-PAC is a political collaborator and it is distinct from the party, the TMC floor leader in the Rajya Sabha said.
Following meetings with Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, there were reports that PRashant Kishor is expected to join in a top opposition to revamp the party.