RSS action plan to capture Bengal on Matua Highway aborted as Saurabh Ganguly also rejects to become the part of RSS family.
Matua Party to contest elections against Left,TMC and BJP as Matua Vote Bank breaks the captive mode.
Stranded amidst political division between two factions of Harichand Guruchand family,another faction is organizing Matua the supporters of Matua Movement opposing the Left,TMC and BJP and has declared to form yet another political party in Bengal,the Matua Party!
It is claimed that common masses would join the new political party which would represent Bahujan Samaj as they claim,Guruchand Thakur also intend to organize Matua supporters and Bahujan Samaj under the Banner of Matua movement.
Most important is the fact that it would further divide the Matua Vote bank hitherto divided in TMC,Left and BJP supported factions.
Most important is the fact that the possibility is very strong that a candidate from this new Matua Party would contest Bangaon By Poll against both the candidates from the Harichand Guruchand family,Mamata Bal from TMC and Subrata Thakur from BJP.
Thus,no political party,henceforth, is going to have the monopoly on Matua Vote bank.It would change the political equation in every Matua populated seat and it would abort the RSS plan to capture Bengal via Matua Highway.
BJP is jolted yet again as former Indian Cricket captain Saurabh Ganguly rejected BJP proposal to join RSS family immersing his brilliant public image.Saurabh is intelligent enough not to trade the political avenue as others tend to.
Indian Express reports:
Former Indian captain Sourav Ganguly has dismissed the reports of him joining the BJP saying he has declined the offer given to him by the party.
When asked by the reporters, Ganguly said "Yes, the BJP did make an offer. However, I have declined it. I won't be contesting the elections."
Ganguly had reportedly also turned down the BJP's offer to contest last year's general election.
Ganguly's induction in the BJP could have strengthened party base in West Bengal and posed a tough challenge to Trinamool Congress.
Earlier, there were speculations of TMC leader Dinesh Trivedi joining the BJP
Dismissing speculation of Ganguly joining the BJP, party BJP National Secretary Siddharth Nath Singh also said there is no truth in the reports.
"There is no truth in the tweet of an industrialist stating that Sourav Ganguly is joining. However, we have great respect and regard for former captain of Indian cricket team. Few of our leaders also enjoy a very good relationship with him," Singh said.
Last night, a industrialist in a tweet stated that Sourav Ganguly is joining BJP.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi had last year nominated Sourav Ganguly along with many other personalities in his Swach Bharat Abhiyan project.