Watch how Trinamool Congress sanitised BJP workers before welcoming them to the party | Latest News India

Local Trinamool leaders mentioned the purification programme was crucial as these workers have been carrying the BJP virus.

A video of round 140 BJP workers in West Bengal’s Birbhum being inducted into Trinamool Congress from the BJP has gone viral as an elaborate purification drive was organised for the induction. And amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, what is healthier to purify than sanitiser. As the viral video, shared by information company ANI, reveals, the native workers have been made to stand in a queue. Then they got sanitiser, not a blob on the palm, however spraying throughout their physique. It was all apparently achieved in good humour as the workers have been requested to shut their eyes before they have been sprayed with sanitiser.

The purification seems to be symbolic however native Trinamool leaders have mentioned that they consider that the BJP virus was with them and so the BJP workers wanted to be purified with the sanitiser.

Reports mentioned that whereas this video may need change into viral, that is truly not new as native Trinamool leaders are ensuring that those that are doing ‘Ghar Wapsi’ should do some atonement.

In West Bengal’s Hooghly, about 200 BJP workers have been taken again to the Trinamool after purifying them with Ganga water. Some additionally shaved their heads as a mark of penitence, reviews mentioned.

Just forward of the West Bengal Assembly Election 2021, Trinamool witnessed a mass exodus from the party. One of the big-ticket exits was Suvendu Adhikari, who’s now the chief of the opposition in the state meeting. The exits have been reported in any respect ranges as many grassroots workers jumped the ship forward of the elections. After the election outcomes have been introduced and the Trinamool authorities got here to the energy for the third consecutive time, the party is now witnessing a sequence of homecoming, the main one being that of Mukul Roy.


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