Mamata's nephew Abhishek Banerjee and strategist PK are ensuring Mamata's downfall in Bengal - Newztezz Online


Friday, November 27, 2020

Mamata's nephew Abhishek Banerjee and strategist PK are ensuring Mamata's downfall in Bengal

With the knock of assembly elections in West Bengal, the difficulties for Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee have started increasing. 
His biggest role in taking these problems forward is that of his colleague Cabinet Minister Shubhendu Adhikari who is angry with the party. His displeasure is due to Mamata's nephew Abhishek Banerjee and TMC election strategist Prashant Kishore. Shubhendu has now resigned from the post of Hubli Commission Chairman due to this 
displeasure . After which it is said that soon they can also leave the party, which will be directly responsible for Abhishek and PK.

Suddenly resigned

Transport Minister Shubhendu Adhikari, one of the most influential ministers in the Mamta government, is now causing trouble for Mamata. Already, he has carried out a revolt against Mamata Banerjee. Meanwhile, now he has also resigned from the post of Hubli Commission Chairman Shubhendu has already held several public meetings in the absence of posters of TMC and Mamta Banerjee. It is being said that he can leave the party soon.

Mamta's closest and most influential

Significantly, Mamta Banerjee's minister Shubhendu is considered one of the closest leaders. Shubhendu played the role of a soldier for Mamta in Nandigram. Shubhendu is not only close to Mamta, she also has experience of grassroots politics Shubhendu Adhikari has a strong hold on 65 seats in 6 districts of Bengal. Of the total 294, these 65 seats are more important. In the 2006 assembly elections, the TMC's vote percentage in these 65 seats from East Midnapore to Bardman was around 27 percent, which has gone up to 48 percent by 2016. This shows how important Shubhendu's role is in these seats. In such a situation, her resentment may outweigh Mamata, but Shubhendu is now in a position not to step back and the biggest reason is Mamata Banerjee's nephew Abhishek Banerjee and election strategist Prashant Kishore.

Two reasons for displeasure

It is clear that TMC's own has now become the cause of the party's trouble, in which one of the biggest reasons is none other than TMC MP Abhishek Banerjee who is also the nephew of Mamata Banerjee. Due to them, rebellion has been raised in the party many times before, but now Shubhendu has started speaking out loudly on the issue and rebelling directly from the party. Shubhendu is also angry that he is not being allowed to field his favorite candidates in his strong 65 seats. Due to this, Shubhendu is furious. Despite the rebellion, if he stays in the party then it will bring new trouble for TMC, because whenever Shubhendu leaves the party, a large part of the party may break up with him which will take Mamata's political future in the dark.

The main reason for Shubhendu's rebellion is not only Mamata Banerjee's nephew, but also election strategist Prashant Kishore. Many leaders, including Shubhendu, have continuously rebelled against Prashant Kishore. Prashant Kishore is making organizational level decisions in the party. Many leaders in the party have expressed displeasure with this. The increase in their interference is hurting TMC. The result is that even the lower level workers , including Shubhendu, do not like the party's style of functioning. This is the reason why it is now being said that this factor of PK will break Mamta's party and Shubhendu's rebellion is a clear proof of that.

In such a situation, the TMC's rebellious attitude against Mamata Banerjee in the first place before the assembly elections, and the signal to leave the party is going to be overwhelming, mainly because of Mamata's nephew Abhishek Banerjee and strategist Prashant Kishore. In such a situation, it would not be wrong to say that at the time when the party should insist on strengthening, Prashant Kishore, who strategized the party and Abhishek Banerjee who leads the party, is causing its weakness. Or rather the party's victory is less sure of defeat.

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