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Mukul Roy moves to WB assembly first row, near Suvendu Adhikari

BJP's Krishnanagar Uttar MLA Mukul Roy's re-visitation of Trinamool Congress has really worked for his height in the West Bengal get together.
News Express: BJP's Krishnanagar Uttar MLA Mukul Roy's re-visitation of Trinamool Congress has really worked for his height in the West Bengal get together. Roy was distributed a seat in the first column close to head of resistance Suvendu Adhikari, who had been forcefully contending for scratch-off of Roy's get together participation under antidefection law. 

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Roy, who was at first dispensed the 42nd seat in the third column close to BJP boss whip Manoj Tigga and BJP's Natabari MLA Mihir Goswami on the primary day of the spending meeting, was brought to the first line and designated the fifteenth seat alongside the head of resistance. 

Roy's rise is viewed as a stage forward towards his getting the desired Public Accounts Committee administrator's post in light of the fact that the Speaker has a choosing part in the two activities – deciding guest plan of MLAs and furthermore that of PAC director. 

In any case, MLAs missed seeing Roy sitting alongside his bĂȘte noire Adhikari in light of the fact that the last didn't come for the get together meeting that was dismissed after tribute on Monday. Roy, actually, was available in the House finding administering party MLAs as an individual from Public Accounts Committee. 

BJP did exclude Roy's name on the rundown that had Ashok Lahiri, Suvendu Adhikari, Bankim Ghosh, Ambika Roy, Vivekananda Baury, Nikhil Ranjan Dey and Tarun Maiti, who have all become PAC individuals. 

BJP's 77 MLAs boiled down to 75 after two MPs, Nisith Pramanik and Jagannath Sarkar, who had won the get together surveys surrendered as MLAs in light of the fact that they decided to proceed as MPs. The gathering endured a shock after Roy got back to Trinamool however he won get together surveys on a BJP ticket. 

On Monday, BJP's Bagda MLA Biswajit Das' approached Trinamool boss whip Nirmal Ghosh in his get together chamber, starting hypothesis if BJP was setting out toward a comparative turn of events. 

However, Das destroyed such theory. "I'm a MLA. I can meet anyone," he said. The Bagda MLA hosted challenged the gathering whip on marking the participation register on the get together meeting's first day of the season. Das didn't offer any clarification for his demonstration.

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