AFTER expulsion from TMC, Vaishali says not taken Sanyas from public life

AHEAD OF Home Minister Amit Shah’s rally in Howrah, Vaishali Dalmiya, an outspoken critic of the alleged malfunctioning of the ruling Trinamool Congress, has been expelled from the party. She has sparked speculation after announcing that she does not intend to opt for sanyas from politics and public life. Though a newcomer in politics, Vaishali is considered a high-profile lawmaker as she is the daughter of Jagmohan Dalmiya, who died in the metropolis in 2015. He was a Kolkata-based industrialist who had served as president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), the International Cricket Council (ICC) and Cricket Association of
Bengal (CAB). She is the sibling of CAB President Avishek
Dalmiya. Jagmohan Dalmiya was CAB president till his death.

Representing Bali Assembly Constituency in Howrah district,
Vaishali has alleged some people in the party are hurting it
from inside like termites, raising concern that an anti-termite
solution is necessary to save the party. Vaishali Dalmiya,51,
has gone on record raising concern about corruption within
the party. Earlier ,Rajiv Banerjee and cricketer turned politician
Lakshmi Ratan Shukla, also elected from Howrah , has quit
their ministerial responsibilities sparking speculation about
their next move. She joined politics in 2016, shortly after her
father’s demise at the instance of Mamata Banerjee and
successfully contested the assembly election from the Bally
Assembly Constituency. Edit by PKC with picture courtesy to
DNA India

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