Rebel Congress MLA expelled for anti-party activity in Tripura
Congress MLA Biswa Bandhu Sen has been expelled from the primary membership of the party for six years due to his anti-party activities.
Agartala: Congress MLA Biswa Bandhu Sen has been expelled from the primary membership of the party for six years due to his anti-party activities, said Tripura PCC president Birajit Sinha.
"To maintain discipline in the Congress, Biswa Bandhu Sen ,one of the Congress MLA has been expelled from the Congress party for six years because of his anti-party activities since last one year. He was alerted several times and even after that he did not stop his activities, therefore, on June 6, he was expelled from the primary membership of the Indian National Congress," said Sinha speaking to ANI.
Sen was one of the seven rebels Congress MLA, who in protest against the AICC's decision of Congress-Left alliance in West Bengal, was to officially join the TMC to form a opposition party here.
The TPCC president viewed that those leaving the Congress were not actually attached with the party's ideology.
It is reported that today six Congress MLA's, including expelled Sen, are going to join the TMC and for which TMC all-India vice-president Mukul Roy is coming here for the second time in less than a week time.