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Mukul Roy asked to be cautious while bringing in AITC leaders into BJP

New Delhi, Jun 3 (UNI) West Bengal BJP's much ambitious plans to induct Trinamool leaders and sitting legislators have received initial hurdles with a section of state leaders expressing displeasure on accommodating tainted leaders from the rival camp.
The inclusion of Labhpur MLA Monirul Islam has sparked off discontent from BJP's district leaders in Birbhum on the ground that Mr Islam has been involved in violent politics in the past in the region.
Sources said senior BJP leader Mukul Roy, who has been involved in drawing leaders and workers from Trinamool camp, has been cautioned by party's national general secretary Ram Lal to be cautious and careful before bringing them to Delhi for joining the saffron party.
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