Lok Sabha polls: Chandrababu Naidu, Mamata Banerjee maintain closed-door assembly in Kharagpur to debate way forward for ‘grand alliance’
The assembly between Banerjee and Naidu happened for over 15 minutes late on Thursday night, in line with a well-placed supply within the Trinamool Congress. The two leaders met and spoke in regards to the future plans of the Mahagatbandhan. Naidu and Didi (Banerjee) additionally mentioned the TDP leaders assembly with Rahul Gandhi in New Delhi on Wednesday, a senior TMC member informed PTI.
On whether or not Banerjee will likely be attending the proposed assembly of the Opposition events prone to be held on 21 May, the TMC chief mentioned that the date of the assembly was but not determined. “It’s not determined that the assembly will likely be held on 21 May… evidently it is perhaps deferred by a few days and happen after 23 May. Didi could also be participating in it, he mentioned.
Naidu and Banerjee are believed to have additionally talked in regards to the voter-verified paper audit path (VVPAT) challenge and the possible voting proportion within the up to now held 5 phases of polling within the ongoing Lok Sabha Elections, the TMC chief mentioned.
Earlier, Naidu joined Banerjee at a marketing campaign assembly of TMC at Kharagpur on Thursday the place he spoke excessive about her and urged individuals to vote for Trinamool to oust the BJP from the ability. Later, Naidu participated and delivered a speech for TMC North Kolkata Lok Sabha constituency candidate Sudip Bandyopadhyay at Sithi within the metropolis.
Banerjee, who has floated the thought of a federal entrance of regional events, has been enjoying an essential position for unity of anti-BJP bloc.
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