West Bengal

11 months ago

TMCP Unit Members of Aliah University Resign en Masse

Aliah University (symbolic picture)
Aliah University (symbolic picture)


West Bengal (July 24,2023) : In a major development, members of the TMCP unit at Aliah University have resigned en masse. The resignations come amid a leadership crisis in the unit. The TMCP is the student wing of the ruling Trinamool Congress party in West Bengal. The Aliah University unit of the TMCP is one of the largest and most influential student unions in the state.

The resignations come after a series of protests by TMCP unit members against the leadership of the unit. The protesters have accused the leadership of being corrupt and of not representing the interests of students. The resignations have left the TMCP unit in Aliah University in a state of turmoil. It is unclear who will lead the unit in the future. The resignations are a major blow to the TMCP. The party has been trying to consolidate its position in the student community in West Bengal. The resignations will make it more difficult for the party to do so.

The resignations also reflect the growing discontent among students in West Bengal. Students are frustrated with the state government's handling of education and other issues. The resignations are a sign that students are willing to take action to voice their concerns. It remains to be seen what the long-term impact of the resignations will be. However, it is clear that they are a significant development in the political landscape of West Bengal.

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