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Shantanu Thakur likely to meet Amit Shah, JP Nadda over Matua issue

Minister of State (MoS) Shantanu Thakur is likely to meet Union Home Minister Amit Shah and BJP National President J P Nadda on Monday on the Matua issue and in addition likely to focus on suspended BJP leaders Joy Prakash Majumdar and Ritesh Tiwari. Thakur is likely to meet Nadda and union house minister after the budget.

“We have to focus on sure points like CAA with the union house minister. I’ll focus on this after the funds,” Thakur stated. CAA is a longstanding demand of the matua neighborhood and there may be stress on us, he added.

Thakur stated hat he’ll increase the grievances of former state vice-president Joy Prakash Majumdar and Ritesh Tiwari with the central management, who have been lately suspended from the celebration. Thakur, on his approach to Delhi, additionally stated that no leaders ought to be referred to as ‘dissidents’ or ‘revolting’.

Leaders of West Bengal’s Matua neighborhood have been disgruntled and determined to urge the BJP’s central management to embrace the neighborhood’s representatives within the celebration’s state committee.

A choice to this impact was taken at a current assembly convened by Shantanu Thakur, a minister of state and chief of Matua Mahasangha, with the BJP MLAs of the neighborhood within the Matua-dominated belt in Bengal. Thakur has convened a number of conferences on the issue.

Reacting to Shantanu Thakur’s feedback immediately, BJP chief spokesperson Shamik Bhattacharya stated, “The party does not want a single worker to go away. The party will put all necessary effort to keep its works together.”

“If they have resigned from the party, it is not good for the party. When Shantanu Thakur, being a central minister, has decided to talk on the issue with the BJP central leadership, they will listen to him,” Bhattacharya stated.

Meanwhile, suspended BJP chief Ritesh Tiwari claimed that BJP State President is being misled. Some leaders are deceptive him as he’s new to the put up.

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