Mon. Jul 15th, 2024

Mamata Banerjee states, “The Trinamool is a part of the INDIA bloc.” Congress is having problems with trust

Mamata Banerjee states, "The Trinamool is a part of the INDIAMamata Banerjee

Mamata Banerjee: To dispel confusion around her previous statement, Mamata Banerjee stated that the Trinamool Congress was a constituent of the INDIA bloc in Delhi.

In short

  • Mamata Banerjee confirms that her party is still part of the INDIA bloc.
  • There is no coalition between the Congress, CPM, and Trinamool in Bengal.
  • Congress leader Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury claims Mamata Banerjee departed the alliance.

On Thursday, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee clarified that her party remains a member of the Opposition’s INDIA bloc. Her declaration was made the day after she declared that her party would help the INDIA bloc from the outside to create the Central government. Mamata Banerjee left the alliance and ran away, according to Congressman Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury.

On Thursday, She stated that the Trinamool Congress was a member of the INDIA bloc in Delhi, but she made it clear that her party, the Congress, and the CPM do not have an alliance in Bengal.

“Vote-splitting attempts by the Congress and CPI(M), supported by BJP funding, ought to be opposed. Vote for them elsewhere. We are linked in Delhi, but as I have stated, there is no alliance in Bengal. At a Haldia election rally, She declared, “We will continue to be so.”

Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury, the leader of the Congress, however, stated that he did not trust the chief of the Trinamool Congress and that she had already quit the partnership.

“I have misgivings about her. She fled the alliance after quitting. She could turn to the BJP. After claiming that Congress would not win more than 40 seats and that the party would be destroyed, she is now asserting that this indicates the coalition and the Congress party are winning power, according to Chowdhury.


Mamata Banerjee spoke out against the BJP at the same event, claiming that she was wrongfully defeated and vowing to exact revenge for the way the Nandigram seat went in the 2021 Assembly elections.

In the 2021 Assembly elections, the Trinamool Congress emerged victorious; however, She was beaten in Nandigram by BJP candidate Suvendu Adhikari, a former aide to the former, who narrowly prevailed over her after multiple rounds of counting.

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The BJP replaced the District Magistrate and Superintendent of Police with the help of the Indian Election Commission. They staged a power outage on election day, which altered the outcome. Whether it’s tomorrow or later, I’m going to pursue justice for this injustice. The BJP and law enforcement agencies like the ED and CBI are not here to stay. I’m still in court with my case, and I’ll get justice. Mamata Banerjee declared This isn’t the verdict of the people of Nandigram.

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