New Delhi, 15 September. Trinamool Congress chief Arpita Ghosh has resigned from the Rajya Sabha membership. On Wednesday, the Speaker additionally accepted his resignation.
In a notification on Wednesday, the Rajya Sabha Secretariat confirmed that Vice President Naidu has accepted the resignation of TMC MP Arpita Ghosh. Arpita Ghosh (55) was nominated to the Higher Home of Parliament by the TMC in March 2020 after she misplaced from Balurghat in West Bengal’s Dakshin Dinajpur district within the 2019 Lok Sabha elections.
Sources say that Arpita Ghosh was requested by the Trinamool Congress to step down because the get together is planning to appoint one other candidate for the Rajya Sabha in her place. Earlier this week, TMC nominated former Congress chief Sushmita Dev to the Higher Home.
It’s also essential to notice that Arpita Ghosh was one among a number of MPs suspended by Chairman Venkaiah Naidu for allegedly making a ruckus within the Rajya Sabha in the course of the just lately concluded monsoon session of Parliament.