Saturday, May 25th, 2024

Mamta Banerjee will support India from outside…this is the situation from now onwards, what will happen in the next three phases?

New Delhi: The more the caravan of Lok Sabha elections progresses, the more interesting political developments are being seen. The latest interesting development has emerged from Bengal. The stance of Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, who had expressed disagreement over seat sharing with Congress under the India Alliance, has started softening. Banerjee today said if the India Alliance of opposition parties comes to power after the general elections, she will give it ‘external support’. He said, ‘We will provide leadership to the India alliance and will help them in every way from outside. We will form a government that will ensure that our mothers and sisters in Bengal never face any problem and ensure that those participating in the 100-day job scheme do not face any kind of hindrance. He clearly defined the India Bloc, saying it does not include the CPM or the Bengal Congress, which is led by his arch rival and senior Congress leader Adhir Choudhary. The ongoing Lok Sabha elections 2024 is now heading towards the fifth phase. Voting for the fifth phase of the ongoing parliamentary elections will take place on May 20 in 49 Lok Sabha seats across six states and two union territories. In this phase, voting will be held on 5 seats in Bihar, 1 seat in Jammu and Kashmir, 3 seats in Jharkhand, 1 seat in Ladakh, 13 seats in Maharashtra, 5 seats in Odisha, 14 seats in Uttar Pradesh and 7 seats in West Bengal. Earlier, Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has talked about giving ‘support from outside’ if India Alliance comes to power. Due to this statement of Mamata Banerjee, the stir in the political circles has intensified. Political experts say that the alliance of opposition parties is already scattered. Some opposition parties are even fighting the elections separately and even if they get a chance to form the government after the elections, they will not stay together. What will be the future of India alliance? Opposition parties need to think about this.

BJP is claiming to win 400 seats, but people are saying that this will not happen this time. We (Trinamool Congress) will support ‘India’ from outside to form the government at the Centre.

Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee

What did Mamata say on BJP’s target of crossing 400?

Banerjee expressed doubt over BJP’s ambitious target of securing 400 seats in the Lok Sabha elections. He said, ‘BJP is claiming to win 400 seats, but people are saying that this will not happen this time. We (Trinamool Congress) will support ‘India’ from outside to form the government at the Centre. Banerjee announced her party’s unwavering stand against the implementation of the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), National Register of Citizens (NRC) and Uniform Civil Code (UCC) in Bengal.

Mamata angry at PM Modi

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Wednesday termed the Election Commission (EC) as a ‘puppet’ working under the instructions of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Addressing an election rally at Chinsurah in Hooghly district, Banerjee criticized the Election Commission for scheduling the elections over a period of two months and alleged that the BJP was ignoring the hardships being faced by the common people due to the extreme heat. Took this decision in favor. Banerjee said, ‘The Election Commission is a puppet and works as per the instructions of Modi. Voting has been going on for two and a half months, have you (election officials) ever realized the problems of the common people?

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