Mamata Banerjee, the Chief Minister of West Bengal, expressed her regret on Monday that Shree Cement had pulled the plug on the joint venture with East Bengal at the last minute. CM Banerjee stated at a news conference in Nabanna that she had received a letter from Shree Cement in which the investors highlighted the matter of parting ways with East Bengal of the Indian Super League (ISL).CM Banerjee expressed her dissatisfaction with the decision, calling it a "bad attitude."“I am no one to take any decision on East Bengal.
The authorities who were there earlier have sent a letter to inform me that they will not be able to continue with East Bengal at this very last moment. This is a very bad attitude,” said Banerjee.At the same time, the CM stated that she would try to calm things down and resolve the dispute between the two parties involved, claiming that East Bengal has a rich history and deserves to participate in the ISL, the country's top-tier league.Everyone wants clubs like Mohun Bagan, East Bengal, and Mohammedan Sporting to play in the ISL, according to her. While expressing her delight that Mohun Bagan is still competing in the ISL, the CM urged for continued support for East Bengal during this trying time.
Previously, the Chief Minister was instrumental in Shree Cement's last-minute attempt to participate in the ISL's last season with East Bengal.As things stand currently, neither party has issued any public communication. However, if the investors' choice stands, East Bengal's participation in the ISL and I-league may come to an end.
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