Days after indignant outbursts on social media in opposition to BJP leaders Suvendu Adhikari and Dilip Ghosh, the get together’s state youth wing chief Saumitra Khan on Sunday supplied a public apology for his remarks and vowed to launch a extra intense motion in opposition to the ruling Trinamool Congress.
The MP from Bengal’s Bishnapur, who had resigned as BJYM president solely to withdraw it afterward the insistence of the central management, had been sustaining a low profile ever since his posts on Fb raised eyebrows in his get together.
Mr Khan, in the course of the get together’s youth wing assembly on Sunday, mentioned “making a press release on Fb was a blunder on my half”.
“I’m hereby providing an apology, looking for your forgiveness. I should not have made such a touch upon social media,” he mentioned in his deal with to the 2 leaders as get together members clapped.
Slamming the TMC over alleged post-poll violence in Bengal, he contended that the loss of life of leaders resembling Manish Shukla is not going to go in useless.
Manish Shukla, an area chief from Titagarh within the North 24 Parganas district, was gunned down in October final yr.
“If the TMC can safe 211 meeting constituencies, why cannot we bag 250 seats sooner or later? We have to transfer ahead, those that can lead the get together will take cost,” he added.
Taking to Fb earlier this month, Saumitra Khan had mentioned, “One specific chief was making frequent journeys to Delhi and claiming credit score for each success of the get together.”
“The chief of opposition within the state (Suvendu Adhikari) ought to look within the mirror. He’s deceptive the highest brass in New Delhi. He considers himself the tallest chief of the get together in Bengal,” he had claimed.
In a dig on the state BJP president, the disgruntled chief had mentioned, “He understands solely half of what occurs. He can not comprehend all of it.”
On Sunday, Mr Khan was seen sitting subsequent to Dili Ghosh, exchanging jokes with him.
“Saumitra Khan is an emotional particular person. I harbour no ailing emotions for him. He’ll proceed to steer the yuva morcha,” Dilip Ghosh later advised reporters.
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