Mamata Banerjee’s Trinamool May Miss the Next India Bloc Meeting: “Not Aware”

According to sources, Trinamool Congress, Mamata Banerjee’s party, “were unaware” of any such gathering and may decide not to attend. According to sources, Mamata Banerjee, the chief minister of West Bengal, would skip this Wednesday’s INDIA alliance coordination meeting. Ms. Banerjee has a prearranged schedule in north Bengal. She claimed that the Congress lost the most recent state elections because there were no seat-sharing agreements with other INDIA members. The sources stated that since her party Trinamool Congress “were unaware” of any such gathering, they might also choose not to attend.

The opposition bloc’s next conference was scheduled by Congress head Mallikarjun Kharge yesterday, despite the party suffering significant losses at the hands of the BJP in three states. Three months have passed since the last meeting, which took place in Mumbai on August 31st and September 1st. Plans for the Lok Sabha election of the next year are anticipated to be outlined at the meeting. The Congress suffered a crushing setback as the BJP swept Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, and Chhattisgarh, strengthening its grip on the Hindi heartland. The sources stated that since her party Trinamool Congress “were unaware” of any such gathering, they might also choose not to attend.

The Congress found solace in Telangana, where it defeated the Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) in the state assembly elections, which were widely considered a prelude to the general elections of the following year. The partners of the INDIA group criticized the Congress for putting the Opposition alliance in a state of confusion as it concentrated on the state polls, blaming the party for not fighting the elections together. Earlier in the day, the chief minister of Bengal claimed that a “division of votes” resulted from the Congress’s decision to contest the polls. Telangana has become a Congress state. Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, and Rajasthan would have been their victories. The INDIA parties withheld some votes. That is the reality. We had proposed a system of seat sharing. In a speech to the West Bengal Assembly, Ms. Banerjee stated, “They lost because of a division of votes.” Omar Abdullah, the leader of the National Conference, made fun of the Congress yesterday for recalling the INDIA alliance so late: “The Congress chairman has summoned certain INDIA alliance representatives for lunch on December 6. Three months later, they called for the INDIA alliance again. See you later.” A day after the crushing defeat, the Congress declared that it will examine the events in the two states it controlled, Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan. The sources claim that Mr. Kharge stated, “Mistakes have occurred and we will make course corrections.” “Overconfidence in some states and refusal to adhere to proper candidates and campaigns cost us in the last few days of the elections,” he stated.

However, a number of opposition politicians emphasized that the INDIA group needs to put in more effort ahead of the Lok Sabha elections and that the results will not affect the bloc. “There are wins and defeats. Both those who have triumphed and those who have lost have lessons for us to learn. Leading member of the National Conference (NC), Farooq Abdullah, stated that “India has to be one, it is for everyone, and we need to strengthen the country.” Akhilesh Yadav, the leader of the Samajwadi Party, stated that “INDIA has to get back where we started.” “We began by emphasizing the need to back the parties in the areas where they are most powerful. The polling in 2024 will be momentous. Change is on the horizon.”


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