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Day after voicing dissent, TMC’s Shatabdi Roy says will remain with party

In a Facebook post uploaded by Shatabdi Roy Fans' Club, the two-time MP from Birbhum alleged that “some people” were obstructing her from reaching out to the people.

By: Express News Service | Kolkata | Updated: January 15, 2021 10:29:38 pm
TMC, Shatabdi Roy, Shatabdi Roy tmc, Sougata Roy, Rajib Banerjee, bengal news, India news, indian express newsThe actor-turned-politician has of late been keeping distance from TMC's campaign activities. (File)

A day after she expressed dissent in a social media post, TMC MP Shatabdi Roy on Friday said she will remain with the party, and that her issues have been addressed. Roy’s social media post that she will decide her political future on Saturday had created ripples in the state political circles.

Later in the day, Roy said she held talks with Abhishek Banerjee who addressed her issues. “I am not going to Delhi tomorrow. I am going to remain with TMC,” she said.

In a Facebook post uploaded by Shatabdi Roy Fans’ Club, the two-time MP from Birbhum alleged that “some people” were obstructing her from reaching out to the people. The actor-turned-politician has of late been keeping distance from TMC’s campaign activities.

“Recently, a lot of people are questioning my absence from party programmes. I want to tell them that I do want to reach out to the people. But some people do not want me to reach out to them. As a result, information regarding party programmes is not shared with me. I am deeply pained by this…. therefore, in this new year, I am trying to take a decision which will help me to be completely with the people…. If I take any decision, then I will announce it at 2 pm on Saturday,” wrote Roy in the post. She was unavailable for further comment.

TMC MP Sougata Roy said, “We will wait and see what decisions she takes. We cannot say anything before knowing what her decision is.”

Rebel TMC leader Rajib Banerjee will also go live on Facebook and speak his mind.

The Mamata Banerjee-led TMC is fighting a battle of attrition. Several TMC MLAs, including Suvendu Adhikari and party MP Sunil Mondal, have defected to the BJP.

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