TMC vs LEFT Party / Left party does not have the strength to sit with TMC… Will the INDIA alliance disintegrate?

Zoom News : Dec 30, 2023, 11:30 AM
TMC vs LEFT Party: While the opposition is busy planning to defeat BJP by coming together on one platform through India Alliance, at the same time voices of mutual opposition are also growing rapidly. There is a tussle between Trinamool Congress and Left parties in West Bengal. TMC leader Kunal Ghosh has strongly attacked CPI (M) and said that there is no 'Left' in Bengal. People from the Left party do not even have the standing to sit with TMC.

Talking about the equation with the constituent parties of the India Alliance in West Bengal, Ghosh said that CM Mamata Banerjee has clearly said that the India Alliance will fight in the country and TMC will lead the anti-BJP campaign in Bengal. We defeated BJP in 2021. CPI(M) and Congress got zero. He tried to distribute votes to benefit BJP. Mamata Banerjee will take the final decision on seat sharing. There is no 'left' here.

'How should the Prime Minister of the country be? Be like Nitish Kumar.

While talking to news agency ANI, he said that the Left people do not even have the right to sit with TMC. Earlier, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar was unanimously re-elected president of Janata Dal (United) at the party's national executive meeting in Delhi on Friday.

After the meeting, JDU leader KC Tyagi said that after the resignation of Rajiv Ranjan (Lalan) Singh, CM Nitish Kumar has been elected the new national president of the party. The Chief Minister of Bihar is the Prime Minister of Ideas of the opposition India Alliance. At the same time, some JDU members were raising slogans outside the Constitution Club in Delhi, “How should the Prime Minister of the country be? Be like Nitish Kumar. This meeting took place just a few days after the important India Alliance meeting in Delhi. JDU will now hold intensive talks with Congress to settle the equation of state alliance.

Kharge's name has been put forward by Mamta-Kejriwal for the post of PM.

Many JDU leaders want Nitish Kumar to lead the India alliance, while Mamata Banerjee and Arvind Kejriwal have publicly declared Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge as a possible PM candidate. Posters with the photo of Bihar CM Nitish Kumar were also put up at the meeting venue of the National Executive, on which it was written that the state has recognized, now the country will also recognize. However, on the question of invitation for the consecration ceremony of Ram temple in Ayodhya on January 22, 2024, Janata Dal (United) leader KC Tyagi said that his party has not been invited for the ceremony yet.