Kolkata. Trinamool Congress MLA Mihir Goswami left for New Delhi on Friday along with BJP MP Nishit Pramanik. Goswami had earlier expressed his displeasure with the Trinamool Congress. Goswami left for New Delhi with Pramanik on Friday morning. According to state BJP sources, Goswami may join the saffron camp in the evening. The Trinamool Congress refused to comment on the development. Even Goswami could not be contacted. Trinamool Congress leader Rabindranath Ghosh met Goswami two days ago.
Goswami said on Thursday that it would be difficult for him to remain in the party now as he did not want any more "insults". Goswami, a Trinamool Congress MLA from Cooch Behar South, had met Pramanik in October after which discussions started about his next move. Goswami said on several occasions that he remained in the party despite suffering "insults" due to his association with Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee. "After 22 years of association with the Trinamool Congress, it has become difficult for me to stay in the party now," Goswami said in a post in Bengali on Facebook on Thursday. Made efforts.