Rebel Trinamool Congress leader Suvendu Adhikari's 'mind' likely to be known on Sunday
New Delhi/UNI: The 'cloud' in Bengal politics, gathered due to "oscillating rebellion" of Trinamool Congress leader Suvendu Adhikari, is likely to be erased on Sunday with the former state key minister deciding to "open up his mind".
According to sources, Adhikari is likely to address the media on Dec 6 to announce his "future course of action," awaited by both his party and the BJP.
Incidentally, a day after 'patch-up' meet, the Trinamool rebel on Wednesday again said, "It had become difficult to work together."
The trigger for Adhikari seemingly biting the bullet was his displeasure at the party jumping the gun and announcing that he would remain in its fold even before his differences with the leadership were "meaningfully resolved."
"There has been no solution to the points I raised. Things are being imposed on me before a solution is reached," Adhikari maintained.
Meanwhile, sources said, Trinamool supremo and Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee had discussed the matter with senior party leader Saugata Roy and decided to have "no more discussions" with Adhikari.
Informatively, Adhikari's scheduled media meet on Sunday will be held a day before Banerjee's public meeting in Midnapore district on Dec 7.