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Subal’s performance was not satisfactory: TMC


By TC News Desk

Agartala: August 24. Trinamool Congress on Wednesday claimed that the performance of Subal Bhowmik who was relieved from state president was not satisfactory. Speaking in a press conference, Observer for Tripura of Trinamool Congres Rajiv Banerjee told reporters that Subal Bhowmik as a president somehow failed to deliver good results and didn’t fulfilled responsibility properly.

“We relieved him from the post of president in Tripura. TMC participated in Civic body election and in bye elections of the state. From these elections TMC has learned so many things and gained experienced. However we were shocked after the results of bye elections came and were not expected. Since then we held a series of meeting and hold discussion with common people and grassroots level workers. And after all we have realized that we somehow failed to expand our organization. And we feel Bhowmik didn’t fulfill his responsibility properly and so we decided to start our organization in a new way for the upcoming Assembly poll”, he said.

He however stated that soon the party will appoint an efficient, committed and a person who can run the party with everyone.He however said he has no such information about Bhowmik’s joining in other parties.“After consultation with TMC top brass the decision was taken. However the poll results under Subal Bhowmik was not satisfactory and failed to deliver the proper results”, the TMC leader added.

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