Bjp: Bypoll: Mamata calls Cong-CPM and BJP alliance in Sagardighi ‘immoral’ | India News

New Delhi: When West Bengal Chief Minister and Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee criticized Congress And the Left parties, in the same breath as the BJP on Thursday, termed it an “immoral” alliance after his party lost the Sagardighi assembly seat bypoll in Murshidabad district, announcing that She went all out that she will contest the election alone. In the 2020 Lok Sabha elections, the message was clear against an opposition alliance to take on the ruling BJP in 2024. It was exactly what the BJP has been hoping for – the disunity of the opposition – that has been in its favor since 2014.
“For Sagardighi’s loss, I don’t blame anyone. Sometimes in a democracy, development can be generally positive or negative. But, there is an immoral alliance, which we strongly condemn. BJ P shifted his votes to the Congress,” Banerjee said. told reporters in Kolkata. “In the 2024 elections, TMC will go alone. Will fight with the support of the people. I am sure people who want to defeat BJP will definitely vote for TMC.”
Now, the Congress announced at its Raipur session last week how it will work on a strategy to unite the opposition camp, but Thursday’s election results have shown that such a “strategy” will not work. It takes a lot of rethinking to get going. There is no intention to do this on earth.
While Congress leader Rahul Gandhi attacked the TMC during last week’s election rallies in Meghalaya and elsewhere, it is clear that the TMC is trying to act as a spanner in the Congress’s work in the northeastern states and the opposition. Banerjee is also angry at the split of votes. In Bengal, the Congress and the Left united against the TMC, instead of “taking on the BJP together”.
According to a party insider, “If the TMC is seen as helping the BJP by dividing the opposition’s votes, how is the Congress or the Left doing any different for that matter?”
It’s an interesting question, but the answer that’s up in the air is a decision by a divided opposition that only helps the rise of saffron.
The silver lining for the opposition camp is the timing of a public outcry between parties that are talking of a united opposition against the ruling BJP. With the general election just over a year away, it remains to be seen whether they decide to get their act together or continue to squabble over who should lead the country in the face of every power on earth. .

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