BJP national vice president Mukul Roy left his home for the Trinamool Congress headquarters here on Friday afternoon amid hypothesis that he might return to the ruling party in West Bengal.
Roy, the former second-in-command of the TMC who joined the saffron party in November 2017, has been distancing himself from the BJP for the final several days.
Chief Minister and TMC supremo Mamata Banerjee also left her Kalighat residence, as heightened security measures were noticed at the Trinamool Congress Bhavan off the Eastern Metropolitan Bypass here.
Asked by reporters where he was once going as he left his home, Roy answered “Trinamool Bhavan”.
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