BJP Rajya Sabha member Subramanian Swamy is scheduled to meet West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee at her Delhi home on Wednesday evening.
There is a ton of interest in political circles in regards to what’s going on with the gathering.
As of late, when the focal government had denied consent to Banerjee to go to Rome to go to a worldwide harmony meeting, Swamy agreed with her position.
Swamy, whose Rajya Sabha term will terminate in the coming April, tried to know why Mamata was kept from going to Rome. He had tweeted, “For what reason was Bengal CM Mamata forestalled by Home Ministry from going to a global meeting in Rome? Which law forestalled her going?”
Swamy requested that Prime Minister Narendra Modi mediate regarding the present situation. “In the Constitution, opportunity to travel is a basic right dependent upon sensible limitations. What was the sensible limitation told to her? Modi ought to mediate and allow her,” Swamy had tweeted.
It just so happens, Swamy and his better half met West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar at Raj Bhavan, Kolkata, on Tuesday. Following the gathering, Dhankhar tweeted, portraying Swamy as a “well-wisher for more than thirty years” and noticed his “hugely benefiting out of his appearance on a large group of issues”.
Mamata, following the TMC’s third continuous triumph in the Assembly races in West Bengal held early this year, is set after making the TMC a public level player by 2024 when the following general political decision is scheduled.
On Tuesday, cricketer-turned-lawmaker Kirti Azad, previous Congress pioneer Ashok Tanwar and previous JD (U) MP Pavan K Varma joined the TMC in Delhi within the sight of Mamata.
The authority justification behind Mamata’s Delhi trip is to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi and raise different state-related issues with him. Her gathering with the PM is scheduled to occur at 5 pm on Wednesday.