Controversy erupted after the ex-governor of Tripura Tathagata Roy tweeted a collage A dog and Kailash Vijayvargiya in charge of the BJP in West Bengal.
Alongside the photo, the caption read: “Vodafone in West Bengal again.” The mobile service provider used clay in its commercials several years ago.
Tathagata Roy posted the photo in response to a tweet by a user who said Kailash Vijayvarja was still in charge of the BJP Despite the disaster of the survey.
“The leader of the group, Kailash Vijayvargiya, has not been mentioned by anyone yet. Perhaps his close relationship with senior leaders will save him. Strangely enough, he is still in charge of BJP Bengal. It is clear that the BJP is ignorant in Calcutta,” the user tweeted.
The TMC scored a landslide victory in the Bengal Assembly elections held earlier this year, taking 213 out of 294 seats and stopping the BJP’s tally at 77.
after defeat, Tathagata Roy was the then head of the state party, Dilip Ghosh The party’s central observers, Kailash Vijayvargia, Shiv Prakash and Arvind Menon are responsible for the poll disaster.
“Four people from Kailash – Dilip – Shiv – Arvind (KDSA) have dragged the names of our esteemed Prime Minister and Home Minister into the mud and tarnished the name of the largest political party in the world. Sitting on top of Agarwal Bhavan from Hastings (election BJP Bengal headquarters) and A-class hotels 7 stars, handed out trash tickets from Trinamol. Now they are facing abuse from party workers who stay there, hoping the storm will break,” Roy wrote on Twitter.
Tatagata Roy headed the BJP’s Bengal unit between 2002 and 2006.