BJP state president Dilip Ghosh today said his party is ready to work with other opposition parties in West Bengal Assembly in the interests of people.
“As the opposition, the people have given us the mandate to ensure that the government is on track. To do this if we have to work with all opposition parties, we will do it,” Ghosh also elected as a new MLA from Kharagpur sadar, said after taking oath.
“We will raise our voice for the people. BJP has won (three seats) fighting on its own and we will fight on our own,” he said.
He said, “We had given the call for boycotting the swearing in ceremony of new TMC ministers. It is good that CPI(M)and Congress had boycotted it”.
Refuting the charge by the Left and Congress of match fixing between TMC and BJP, Ghosh said,” allegations can be made but it is for them who made allegations, to prove it.
Ghosh had recently kicked up a storm with his remarks that his party workers, “trained” by RSS, can break the shoulders of Trinamool Congress activists with “bare hands”, drawing flak from the ruling party, Congress and the Left.
Reacting to Ghosh’s comment, CPI(M) leader Sujan Chakraborty said, “They have a tacit understanding with TMC. Earlier TMC and BJP were in an formal alliance. We are against communal BJP and RSS.”
Congress leader Manoj Chakrabarty said that BJP’s stand will be clear during voting on a bill.