Arjun Singh, a BJP member from West Bengal, joined the ruling Trinamool Congress on Sunday.
In the presence of the party’s general secretary, Abhishek Banerjee, Singh joined the party in Kolkata. Banerjee welcomed Singh into the party, saying he rejected the “divisive forces” (BJP) and joined the party.
“Greetings to Shri @ArjunsinghWB, who today joined the @AITCofficial family after rejecting the divisive elements at @BJP4India. People are hurting across the country, and they need us now more than ever. Let us continue to fight, “Banerjee used Twitter.
“Shri @ArjunsinghWB, former Vice President of @BJP4Bengal and Member of Parliament from Barrackpore, has been warmly welcomed into the All India Trinamool Congress family. In the presence of our National General Secretary @abhishekaitc, he joins us today “TMC issued a statement welcome Singh to the party.
Singh expressed his dissatisfaction with the BJP’s performance earlier today, saying that the party’s performance in various states, notably Bengal and Kerala, is lacking.
The MP stated that he expressed his views to JP Nadda, the party’s national president, who stated that “he will think about it.”
I expressed my viewpoint to BJP chief JP Nadda, who stated he would consider it. The BJP has flaws in Bengal and Kerala, and it is up to the party as a whole to address them.
I expressed my viewpoint to BJP chief JP Nadda, who stated he would consider it. “The BJP has flaws in Bengal and Kerala, and it is up to the party as a whole to address them; as an MP, I can’t look into them individually,” Singh had said.