Trinamool MLA Says "Still With Party" A Day After Quitting Bengal Cabinet

Rajib Banerjee said he has no immediate plan to quit from the MLA's post.

Trinamool MLA Says 'Still With Party' A Day After Quitting Bengal Cabinet

Trinamool MLA Rajib Banerjee said his future move will "depend on the situation"

Kolkata:

A day after quitting Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee's Cabinet, Trinamool Congress (TMC) MLA Rajib Banerjee on Saturday said he is still with the party but his future move will depend on the situation.

Mr Banerjee, while speaking to reporters after garlanding a bust of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose in his assembly constituency in Howrah district, said he has no immediate plan to quit from the MLA's post.

"I will remain a party worker, a TMC MLA but I cannot say now what will be my future move, which will depend on the situation," Rajib Banerjee, who had handled irrigation and forest portfolios, said.

Rajib Banerjee had earlier aired his grievances over loyal and hard-working leaders and workers allegedly not being given due respect in the party and the disconnect between the top brass and grassroots.

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