Politics: Mamta was with the BJP, and became a minister after he bowed to Vajpayee’s insistence

Politics: Mamta was with the BJP, and became a minister after he bowed to Vajpayee's insistence

Prime Minister Mamata Banerjee has been in power in West Bengal state for the past ten years. In 2011, Mamata Banerjee, who seized power by overthrowing the Left Front from power, did not content himself with holding the position of Prime Minister of the State twice, and had to fight a long battle for it.

Mamta Banerjee was once part of the same BJP-led National Democratic Assembly government that Diddy fought a direct battle with the TMC. Not only that, at that time there was a good conversation between former Prime Minister Atal Vihari Vajpayee and Mamta. Once upon a time, Vajpayee became a minister by obeying the insistence of J. Let’s tell you in detail what the whole thing is?

In 1999, Mamata joined the National Democratic Alliance led by the BJP and was appointed Minister of Railways of the Union. It broke away from the National Democratic Rally government after the Tehilka controversy in 2001, but rejoined the coalition in 2004 and took the position of the Ministry of Coal and Mining and remained in the position until the general elections that were held that year.

When Mamta Banerjee resigned as Minister of Railways, former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee called and called Delhi to meet her. Didi herself revealed this in an interview. Mamta said that when she arrived in Delhi, Atal Bihari Vajpayee urged her to withdraw her resignation. Atalji asked Mamta to stay in the government.

Mamta said she couldn’t do that. At that time, former Prime Minister Atal Ji began to stick. He said I won’t eat until (Mamata) decides to return to the government. After the long-time Mannawval Mane, Mamta Atal Ji obeyed and accepted the ministerial position.

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