Hours after giving the Trinamool Congress a scare, Actor-turned-politician Satabdi Roy on Friday night rejected reviews about her leaving Mamata Banerjee’s social gathering. There had been reviews that Roy will likely be flying to New Delhi on Saturday, January 16, to satisfy Union Home Minister Amit Shah.
Roy admitted that there have been points between her and the TMC management, nonetheless, added that these have been resolved.
“I held talks with Abhishek Banerjee today and he addressed the issues raised by me. I am not going to Delhi tomorrow. I am going to remain with TMC,” Satabdi Roy mentioned.
In a social media submit on her ‘Satabdi Roy Fan Club’ Facebook web page, the Birbhum MP had mentioned that the explanation behind her absence in social gathering programmes in her constituency is as a result of she is just not knowledgeable concerning the schedules upfront.
The three-time Birbhum MP had mentioned she will inform the general public at 2 pm on Saturday if she takes any “decision”, causing ripples in the TMC.
As per social gathering sources, Roy is having variations with Birbhum district TMC chief Anubrata Mondal.
“I’ve an in depth connection with this constituency. But lately many individuals have been asking me why I am lacking from a number of social gathering programmes.
“I want to tell them that I want to attend all programmes. But I don’t get to know about many programmes and if I am not even informed about events in my constituency, then how can I attend. I was mentally pained because of this,” Roy’s submit in her followers’ membership web page learn.
After a protracted and profitable profession within the Bengali movie trade, Satabdi Roy joined politics within the ultimate years of the Left Front authorities within the state.
She was a part of the TMC’s cultural brigade of celebrities with mass attraction in Mamata Banerjee’s try to unseat the Left from energy within the state.
Roy had first contested and gained the Birbhum seat on a TMC ticket in 2009. She went on to win the seat in 2014 and 2019.
(With Inputs from Agencies)