West Bengal AIMIM Chief SK Abdul Kalam joins TMC

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West Bengal AIMIM Chief SK Abdul Kalam joins TMC

West Bengal AIMIM Chief SK Abdul Kalam joined Trinamool Congress (TMC) together with a number of different members of the celebration, forward of Assembly Elections within the state. Joining the TMC at its headquarters in Kolkata, Kalam stated there was an environment of peace and tranquility in West Bengal for a number of years and he switched sides to maintain the “poisonous air” at bay.

“We have seen that West Bengal was an oasis of peace.

But of late, the air has change into toxic and this must be set proper.

That is why I made a decision to affix the Trinamool Congress,” he instructed reporters.

The AIMIM chief and his followers joined the TMC in presence of senior celebration chief and state minister Chandrima Bhattacharya.

Kalam stated AIMIM ought to have tried to foray into West Bengal previously and searching for a political entry at this level of time is not going to be correct.

“It will lead to unnecessary cutting into votes, which is not desired at all,” he added.

“I’ve travelled to districts equivalent to Bankura, Murshidabad, Coochbehar and Malda and spoke to the folks there.

They all stated this toxic air must be saved at bay.

There is a necessity to affix the Trinamool Congress,” Kalam stated.

In November, AIMIM’s key chief within the state Anwar Pasha together with a few of his colleagues joined the Trinamool Congress, claiming that the Hyderabad-based celebration was solely appearing as a polariser of votes to assist the BJP.

Owaisi visited the state final Sunday and met outstanding Muslim chief Abbas Siddiqui, holding discussions on the political situation and the meeting polls, which his celebration introduced that it’s going to battle, undeterred by the defections.

A deciding consider almost 100-110 seats within the state, Muslims have acted as a bulwark of the TMC in opposition to its rivals until the 2019 Lok Sabha polls.

Prominent Muslim leaders within the state, nonetheless, have claimed that equations are more likely to change with the entry of the All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM).

Elections to the 294-member West Bengal meeting are more likely to be held in April-May.

(With inputs from PTI)

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