By Joymala BagchiKolkata (West Bengal) [India], February 16 (ANI): The last choice on seat sharing between the Congress and Left Front for the West Bengal meeting election is but to be taken as each the parties wish to give ‘area’ to other parties on this alliance, mentioned Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury in Kolkata.
In a press convention at Communist Party of India (Marxist) [CPM] headquarters on Alimuddin Street, Chowdhury, president of West Bengal Pradesh Congress Committee (WBPCC) mentioned, “We do not wish to converse on the seat-sharing as a result of whereas our discussions had been on, a couple of political developments occurred right here in Bengal.
Indian Secular Front (ISF), Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD), Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) and other such political parties mentioned there’s a have to get integrated on this Left-Congress alliance, Chowdhury mentioned.
“Naturally we have to leave some space for them otherwise these political parties might get the wrong message that we left them. We don’t want to give that opportunity of misunderstanding to anyone. We want to leave some space for them,” Chowdhury added.
Since the start the Cong- Left parties selected teaming up with every other for the upcoming meeting election primarily in opposition to Trinamool Congress and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).
The alliance believes that the communal forces of West Bengal by no means wished the coalition.
“There was an atmosphere that suggested this election is a fight between BJP and TMC. However, now the wind has changed its direction. People will say that the election will be between BJP, TMC, and Congress-Left,” Chowdhury instructed reporters.
On February 28 the Left-Congress will maintain a public assembly on the brigade, sources mentioned.
Earlier, the Congress social gathering and the Left Front alliance held two rounds of conferences and finalised a seat-sharing settlement for 193 of the whole 294 seats within the upcoming Assembly elections.
In 2016’s meeting polls Left and Congress got here collectively and bagged 76 seats whereas TMC then bagged 211 seats.
The convention was additionally attended by Left Front chairperson Biman Bose, Mohd Salim and senior Congress legislator Abdul Mannan.
The state of West Bengal is gearing up for an meeting election for 294 seats this 12 months. The tenure of the present authorities within the state of West Bengal is coming to an finish on May 30. (ANI)