Politics News / Another wicket may fall for Congress, will Adhir enter BJP?

Zoom News : Feb 23, 2024, 11:00 AM
Politics News: Before the Lok Sabha elections, Congress is busy filling the cracks in the INDIA alliance. Big leaders of Congress are talking to INDIA alliance partners. This is the reason why talks have started once again between Congress and TMC regarding seat sharing in West Bengal. If sources are to be believed, both the parties can contest the Lok Sabha elections together, but amidst all this, there is news that West Bengal Congress President and Leader of Opposition in the Lok Sabha, Adhir Ranjan Choudhary is angry with his party. His displeasure has spilled over into the seat with Mamata Banerjee. This is because of the ongoing talks regarding partition.

According to sources, Adhir Ranjan Chaudhary has even threatened the Congress high command to leave the party. He has even said that if there is an alliance with TMC, he can also join BJP. His ultimatum can become a big headache for the Congress high command. In Bengal, Adhir Ranjan Choudhary has been continuously attacking Mamata Banerjee and TMC, after which it was being said that it is difficult to have an India alliance in the state. Even Mamata Banerjee herself had announced that she would contest the elections alone in Bengal.

This is not the first time that the wicket of Congress is going to fall. In the last 10 years, many big leaders of Congress have left the party, including Rita Bahuguna Joshi, Captain Amarinder Singh, Jyotiraditya Scindia, Ghulam Nabi Azad, RPN Singh, Jitin Prasad, Baba Siddiqui, Milind Deora, Ashok Chavan, Sushmita Dev, Priyanka. Chaturvedi, Jitin Prasad, Ashok Tanwar, Hardik Patel, Alpesh Thakor, Ashok Chaudhary, Himanta Bishwa Sharma, Sunil Jakhar, Ashwani Kumar are included.

Talks can be made on 6 seats between Congress and TMC

Here, now there are chances of an agreement on seat sharing between TMC and Congress in Bengal. It is being told that Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has agreed to give 5 seats to Congress, whereas Congress has demanded 6 to 8 seats. Talks regarding seat sharing between the two parties are in the final stages. According to sources, Congress and TMC now seem to be in agreement on 6 seats. A formula of 36-6 has been decided between the two parties, that is, TMC will contest elections on 36 seats in Bengal and Congress will contest elections on 6 seats.

According to sources, final round of talks are going on on which seats Congress will contest. 5 seats of Congress have been decided. These seats are Baharampur, Raiganj, Darjeeling, Malda North and Malda South. Apart from this, Congress had also demanded Murshidabad, Jangipur and Purulia seats, but Congress has maximum emphasis on Purulia seat. Know some more details about the five seats in Bengal that Mamata Banerjee has agreed to give to Congress. Congress had won two of these seats in the last Lok Sabha elections. These seats are Baharampur and Malda South.

Adhir Ranjan Chaudhary MP from Baharampur

Veteran Congress leader Adhir Ranjan Chaudhary is the MP from Baharampur. So, Abu Hassam Khan Chaudhary is the MP from Malda South, Abu Hassam is the brother of veteran Congress leader Abdul Ghani Khan Chaudhary. Congress has also got the seat of Raiganj, which is the seat of Deepadas Munshi, former MP wife of Priyaranjan Das Munshi. Apart from this, Congress has got the Darjeeling seat which is opposed by Mamata and has also got the Malda North seat, from where BJP had won last year.