- ‘TMC cannot compete with BJP’
- Only Congress-Left alliance can compete with BJP- Impatient
- ‘People of Bengal will trust Congress and Left party alliance’
- Both parties are looking to regain lost land
Conflict between political parties trying to gain an edge in West Bengal Assembly Elections is increasing. Meanwhile, Congress Parliamentary Party leader Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury (adhir ranjan chowdhury) has given a big statement. Congress leader Adhir Ranjan Chaudhary has said that TMC cannot compete with BJP, only Congress-Left alliance can contest BJP. After this statement by Adhir Ranjan Chaudhary, the political rhetoric may once again intensify.
Congress leader Adhir Ranjan Chaudhary said that TMC cannot compete with BJP. Only a coalition of Congress and Left party can compete with BJP. The people of Bengal feel that instead of relying on BJP and TMC in Bengal, Congress and Left Party alliance should be trusted.
Both parties are looking to regain lost land
In fact, while the BJP is planning to form a government in Bengal, the ruling Trinamool Congress is busy maintaining its ground base. The CPM, which has been in power for nearly three decades, is also trying to regain its lost strength with the Congress in this election. However, neither of the two parties (Congress and CPM) of the upcoming assembly elections have announced to contest the elections together.
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What does the political equation say?
The alliance of Congress and CPM with BJP and Trinamool Congress is important in power equations this time. Because weakening of Trinamool Congress will not only benefit BJP, but many seats can also go to Congress and CPM alliance. This is the reason why BJP is now trying to establish its roots in those areas where CPM and Congress are strong.
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