Adhikari, during a rally at Khejuri in Purba Midnapore, said it's not fair on the part of the Trinamool Congress supremo to contest from two seats.
The 1.8 crore-strong Matua community has a direct impact on almost 70 Assembly seats in Bengal. Once with the Trinamool, they shifted their allegiance to the BJP in 2019.
She claimed that the BJP leaders misled the Adivasi people of the Jangalmahal area, within which Purulia is situated
Soumitra Chatterjee's glorious presence being missed: Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee on his birth anniversary
Mamata Banerjee died in November last year following an over-a-month-long battle with multiple ailments after testing positive for COVID-19.
Chatterjee, who was once a close confidante of Banerjee, claimed that the TMC supremo has forgotten the fact that Suvendu Adhikari had played a vital role in the Nandigram movement.
The TMC turncoat said that the final decision to field candidates will be taken by the BJP leadership after thorough discussion and not in an arbitrary way like in the ruling TMC.
Addressing a rally here, Banerjee said that she is not worried about those jumping to other parties as when TMC was formed none of them were there, in a reference to rebels who have joined BJP.
Islamic terrorist Mamata will have to take refugee in Bangladesh after Bengal polls: UP minister's shocker
The UP Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs alleged that the West Bengal CM "does not believe in Bharatiyata (Indianness)" and insulted Hindu gods and goddesses.
Expressing happiness over the news, Roy told reporters, she will work as a dedicated worker of the party and ensure defeat of the BJP in the coming assembly polls.
The CM said her government would procure vaccines and give them to the common people free of cost.
Copying AAP’s strategy, TMC will highlight development works in its poll manifesto
Close on heels of his son Suvendu Adhikari crossing over to the BJP, his father and Trinamool Congress MP Sisir Adhikari was on Wednesday removed as East Midnapore district president
Mamata sought suggestions and opinions from MPs, MLAs and the lower-tier workers as well to ascertain the specific issues to be showcased in the manifesto ahead of the upcoming Assembly elections.
Locals claimed that more than 700 people living in around 150 shanties have been rendered homeless by a blaze that erupted on Wednesday evening.
Addressing mediapersons here on Tuesday, Supriyo further said that the Central government has already announced vaccines free of cost to people.