Sonali Guha Biography, Wikipedia, Rejoining TMC, Age, BJP, Biodata, Contact Number

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Who is Sonali Guha?

Sonali Guha is an Indian politician from the state of West Bengal. She was born on 27 December 1968. Sonali Guha is a Bharatiya Janata Party politician, but recently she pleaded to rejoin TMC again by saying that she “Can’t Live Without Didi“. She was elected to the West Bengal Legislative Assembly from Satgachhia for four terms to the West Bengal Legislative Assembly. She is at present 52 years old.

Sonali Guha Biography/Wiki

Sonali Guha was born 27 December 1968 in Kolkata. She attended the University of Calcutta and graduated in science from Charuchandra College. Guha is married to Partha Bose and the couple have one daughter.

Sonali Guha was the first female deputy speaker of the West Bengal Legislative Assembly as a member of the Trinamool Congress. Later she joined Bharatiya Janata Party after she was denied a ticket to contest the 2021 assembly elections. Now she is again interested to join TMC after the West Bengal Legislative Assembly Elections 2021 results.

Sonali Guha took to politics at an early age and was a close aide to Mamata Banerjee. Between 2001 and 2003, on instructions from Mamata Banerjee, Guha intervened in the defense of squatters that were being evicted from the banks of Tolly’s Nullah and Gobindapur railway colony.

Born27 December 1968 (age 52)
NationalityIndian
Political partyBhartiya Janata Party
Other political
affiliations
All India Trinamool Congress
OccupationPolitician

BJP’s Sonali Guha Wants To Rejoin Trinamool

Sonali Guha was dropped from the TMC’s candidates’ list this time, following which she left the party after an emotional outburst on TV channels and joined the BJP.

Former Trinamool Congress (TMC) MLA Sonali Guha, who switched over to the BJP ahead of the elections, on Saturday wrote to Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, apologising to her for leaving the party and urging her to take her back.

In the letter, which was shared by Ms Guha on Twitter, she said that she left the party after being emotional.

“I am writing this with a broken heart that I took the wrong decision of joining another party after being emotional. I could not get accustomed there,” she said.

“The way a fish cannot stay out of the water, I will not be able to live without you, Didi. I seek your forgiveness and if you don’t forgive me, I won’t be able to live. Please allow me to come back and spend the rest of my life in your affection,” she wrote in Bengali.

Reacting to Ms Guha’s wish to rejoin the party, Trinamool spokesperson Kunal Ghosh said that no decision has been made in this regard.

“But, I must say that the party should not forget about the sentiment of those workers who have worked very hard for which the TMC secured this massive win. And they did it when leaders like her (Guha) left the party for their own reasons,” Mr Ghosh said.

Sonali Guha Career in BJP

On 5 March 2021, not getting a ticket to contest in WB Assembly Election 2021 she is now on the verge to join BJP. She called Mukul Roy and he would send the feedback at 7:00-7:30 pm on 6 March 2021. Now she is again interested to join TMC after the West Bengal Legislative Assembly Elections 2021 results.

Sonali Guha Wikipedia & Political Carrer

Sonali Guha was born 27 December 1968 in Kolkata. She attended the University of Calcutta and graduated in science from Charuchandra College. Guha is married to Partha Bose and the couple have one daughter.

Guha was first elected to the West Bengal Legislative Assembly in 2001 from the Satgachhia (Vidhan Sabha constituency) on an All India Trinamool Congress ticket. She defeated Gokul Bairagi of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) by about 6,000 votes.

Her victory was significant as the seat had been held for five terms by Chief Minister Jyoti Basu, since 1977, but Basu decided not to contest the 2001 election for health reasons.

In the 2006 assembly election Guha defeated Kabita Kayal of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) by about 6,000 votes. She was elected as the first women deputy speaker of the West Bengal Legislative Assembly.

Guha was re-elected to the West Bengal Legislative Assembly in 2011. This time her opponent was Barun Naskar from the Communist Party of India (Marxist), whom she defeated by about 18,000 votes.

In the 2016 assembly election, Guha won the Satgachhia (Vidhan Sabha constituency) seat for the fourth time, defeating Paramita Ghosh of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) by about a margin of 17,500 votes.

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