After Nitish's departure, BJP called India alliance 'brain dead', TMC raised questions on Congress's attitude. - Newztezz Online

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Tuesday, January 30, 2024

After Nitish's departure, BJP called India alliance 'brain dead', TMC raised questions on Congress's attitude.

Union Minister Pralhad Joshi has described the opposition alliance as 'brain dead', while TMC, an important party of the opposition alliance, has raised questions on the attitude of the Congress and held it responsible for this situation. TMC MP Sudeep Bandyopadhyay has said that he will contest alone on all 42 seats of Bengal.

After Nitish Kumar separated from the opposition India alliance in Bihar, questions are now being raised about the future of the opposition alliance. On behalf of the government, Union Minister Pralhad Joshi described the opposition alliance as brain dead, while the important party of the opposition alliance, TMC, raised questions on the attitude of the Congress and held it responsible for this situation. Let us tell you that Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has left the India Alliance and joined the NDA.

After the all-party meeting, Union Minister Pralhad Joshi described the opposition alliance as 'brain dead' and said that it is an unnatural alliance and whatever is unnatural, dies soon and hence this alliance has now become 'brain dead'. . Joshi said that the nature of Congress is to quarrel and break up.

At the same time, senior leader of Trinamool Congress, the main party of the opposition alliance, Sudip Bandopadhyay has made a big attack on the Congress and alleged that it is the responsibility of the Congress, being a big party, to maintain the alliance, but the Congress is working with CPM and BJP in Bengal. In Bengal, Mamata is busy defeating Banerjee.

TMC will contest alone on 42 seats in Bengal

Talking to the media after the all-party meeting, TMC leader Sudip Bandopadhyay said that the alliance has just started running. The biggest party of this alliance is Congress. Therefore, the biggest responsibility of maintaining the alliance rests on his shoulders. He said that Congress wants an alliance in Delhi, but in Bengal, the Congress party along with CPM and BJP makes long statements against the Mamata Banerjee government. Therefore, his party has decided to contest alone on all 42 Lok Sabha seats in the state.

Talking about the issues raised by TMC in the all-party meeting, he said that the federal structure of the country is under threat. The central government is deliberately targeting the government of West Bengal.

All party meeting held today before the budget session

At the same time, Samajwadi Party demanded further strengthening of the Places of Worship Act in the meeting. Samajwadi Party MP Dr S T Hasan said that politics is being communalised in the country. Hasan held a meeting, one mosque after another, third mosque after the second and so on, will 3000 mosques be demolished?

Congress leader Pramod Tiwari raised the issue of ED investigation against Jharkhand CM and Lalu in the meeting. Apart from this, Congress raised the issue of attack on Rahul in Assam, encroachment by China and violence in Manipur. Pramod Tiwari said that the constitutional structure is being dismantled, and there is an undeclared dictatorship in the country.

Let us tell you that 45 leaders of 30 parties participated in the all-party meeting held today before the budget session of Parliament. The government asked the opposition not to bring placards to the House so that the Speaker is not forced to take action.

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