KOLKATA: Three BJP MPs from West Bengal Nishith Pramanik, Arjun Singh and Saunitra Khan arrived New Delhi on Wednesday to satisfy the occasion’s nationwide management.
The three visited the nationwide capital after West Bengal Chief of Opposition Suvendu Adhikari met Prime Minister Narendra Modi, BJP’s nationwide president JP Nadda and Union Dwelling Minister Amit Shah this week.
Sources within the BJP mentioned the three MPs had been requested to go to Delhi because the BJP’s high-command needs to take inventory of the election loss in West Bengal and the post-poll state of affairs within the state.
“Pramanik, the Cooch Behar MP, will likely be requested to clarify why the saffron camp didn’t retain its efficiency within the 2019 Lok Sabha elections in north Bengal within the current Meeting elections. Singh can be anticipated to elaborate the explanation behind the BJP’s debacle in his personal LS constituency,” mentioned a BJP chief.
Sarkar, nonetheless, was requested to go to Delhi because the occasion didn’t carry out as much as its expectation within the belt dominated by Matuas, a Hindu spiritual sect comprising refugees from Bangladesh.