Trinamool requests the MP's vote in the veep election after the party abstained

Sisir Adhikari was in violation of party rules, says party chief . Adhikari was in violation of party rules, says Sudip Bandyopadhyay .

In a letter to Sisir Adhikari, the Chief of the House of Representatives to the Trinamool Congress, Sudip Bandyopadhyay wrote to him, saying that he didn't vote in the vice presidential election because the opposition party refused to participate in it.In a letter to Mr Adhikari, TMC spokesperson Kunal Ghosh said in Kolkata that: We have noticed that you registered your vote in the Vice Presidential Elections held today The Trinamool Congress will not be allowed to take action in the Lok Sabha against Sisir Adhikari, who was in violation of party rules.Jagdeep Dhankhar, the former governor of West Bengal, was elected as India's 14th vice president on Saturday, defeating Oppositions candidate Margaret Alva.Mr Bandyopadhyay alleged that Adhikari crossed over to the BJP in March last year, leading up to the 2021 West Bengal assembly elections.He has lodged numerous lawsuits against Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla, claiming his dismissal.

Suvendu Adhikari, his second son, joined the BJP ahead of the state Assembly election, and is now the leader of the opposition.The TMC has 36 members, including 23 in Lok Sabha, and has no intention of supporting Jagdeep Dhankhar, the NDA leader.Kunal Ghosh, the party's national vice president, said the two MPs did a good job job.