Kolkata (EMS). Mamta Banerjee has made preparations to throw water on Nitish Kumar’s plans for the Prime Minister’s candidature in the 2024 Lok Sabha elections. Under the leadership of Mamata Banerjee, the Trinamool Congress can contest alone in the 2024 Lok Sabha elections. According to party sources, TMC may go it alone in the next Lok Sabha elections and may consider an alliance based on the number of seats of the opposition parties after the election.
Meanwhile, while Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and his Telangana counterpart K Chandrasekhar Rao have in recent days started discussing measures to forge unity among regional parties for a BJP-mukt Bharat, the TMC has launched a joint opposition effort. have decided to separate themselves from TMC national spokesperson Sukhendu Shekhar Ray said that we have not received any proposal for opposition unity so far. Sukhendu Ray further said that Mamata Banerjee had been urging the opposition leaders since 2019 to take united steps against the anti-people policies of the central government, but nothing concrete came out of it. That’s why TMC has decided to go it alone in the 2024 election, post-poll we will look at an alliance, depending on the number of seats the opposition parties get.
The TMC is relentlessly vocal against the central agencies’ agenda of destroying opposition parties and the BJP’s opposition-free India. On the other hand, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has alleged that as a result of the action against corrupt people in the country, a new polarization has started in the national politics. Some political groups are openly trying to organize into a single unit to protect those facing corruption charges.
Responding to this, Rajya Sabha MP Sukhendu Ray said, “All central agencies have been directed against opposition-ruled states only to fulfill BJP’s agenda of opposition-free India.” What is the BJP’s stand on the Vyapam scam in Madhya Pradesh, where not only thousands of crores of rupees were collected from job seekers but also the mysterious death of around 100 people. Trinamool Congress claimed that an attempt was being made to destroy the opposition. Sukhendu Ray asked what prompted the government to remove the CBI director during the midnight drama? There are many such examples from which it is clear that the central government is misusing its powers to destroy the opposition parties in the country by calling them corrupt and converting the country into a unitary state.