Kolkata (West Bengal):
BJP West Bengal President Dilip Ghosh on Sunday stated that Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs Tapas Roy’s speech at Bankura asking Congress and Left events to hitch Trinamool Congress is proof that his celebration has realised that they can not win alone and ”parivartan” is certain to occur.
The assertion got here two days after Tapas Roy had indicated that the Left-Congress alliance ought to be part of Trinamool Congress to contest the upcoming West Bengal Assembly polls to cease the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) from coming to energy within the state.
Speaking to ANI, Dilip Ghosh stated, “TMC’s Tapas Roy is welcoming CPM and Congress party repeatedly by asking them to join hands in defeating BJP. However, this is not a statement by Tapas Roy but of the TMC party. Nobody from TMC can dare to say anything without the permission of (TMC) high command.”
“TMC has realised that it is impossible for them to win against BJP by fighting all alone, ”Parivartan” is bound to happen. I think what he has said is true. Fight against BJP altogether, we are ready too to bring the much-needed parivartan. People of Bengal understood that they no more need Mamata but BJP,” Dilip Ghosh added.
Tapas Roy, whereas addressing a public rally at Bankura on Friday, stated, “They (BJP) are saying that they will rule Bengal. I want to tell Congressmen and Left party leaders that Arup Khan (Onda TMC MLA) will join your procession. Congress and the Left can’t do it alone. You also know that this is not possible with your declining energy. That’s why you two have come together.”
In 2016’s Assembly polls, the Left and Congress got here collectively and bagged 76 seats whereas TMC then bagged 211 seats.
Congress and Left events quickly to conclude their seat-sharing process by means of a few ultimate rounds of conferences by subsequent week for the upcoming Bengal meeting election affirm celebration sources.
Earlier, Congress and the Left Front alliance held two rounds of conferences and finalised a seat-sharing settlement for 193 of the overall 294 seats within the upcoming Assembly elections.
The state of West Bengal is gearing up for the upcoming Assembly Election for 294 seats this yr.