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"Can't Live Without Didi": BJP's Sonali Guha Wants To Rejoin Trinamool

"You Can't Live Without Class": Sonali Guha of BJP Wants to Join Trinamool

"Can't Live Without Didi": BJP's Sonali Guha Wants To Rejoin Trinamool


Sonali Guha was removed from the list of candidates for the TMC election, after which she left the party after a windfall on TV channels and joined BJP.

Kolkata: Former Trinamool Congress (TMC) MP Sonali Guha, who switched to the BJP before the election, on Saturday wrote to Prime Minister Mamata Banerjee, apologizing for leaving the party and urging him to reinstate him.

In a letter to Ms Guha on Twitter, she said she had left the party after worrying.

"I am writing this with a heavy heart that I made the wrong decision to join another party after the crisis. I would have gotten used to it," he said.

"The way a fish can't live without water, I can't live without you, Didi. I want to be forgiven and if you don't forgive me, I can't live. Please let me come back and spend the rest of my life in your love," he wrote in Bengali.

Ms Guha, a four-time member of the Legislature and once considered a "prime minister", was among the slain Trinamool leaders who went to the BJP before the election.

He was removed from the list of candidates for the TMC election in this case, after which he left the party after an emotional outburst on TV channels and joined BJP.

He did not fight for the election but said he would work to strengthen the BJP.

"My decision to join the BJP was wrong and I realize that today. I did not bother to tell the BJP about leaving that party. I always felt unwanted there. They tried to exploit me and asked me to be badmouth Mamata-di. I can't do that," he said.

Ms Guha, a former deputy speaker of the executive council, said she was determined to meet with the prime minister to join the TMC.

"I will try to meet Didi personally but he is the prime minister and he must be busy. You cannot expect him to give you time whenever you need time to meet," he said.

"I will be going to her residence next week on the day of the last rites of her deceased brother who I recently tried to talk to," said Ms Guha.

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