‘Don’t Trust Her, She Can Join Hands With BJP’: Adhir Chowdhury Turns Down Mamata’s Offer To Support INDIA Bloc


The Leader of Congress in Lok Sabha said that the TMC leader's remark indicate that the Congress party and the INDIA alliance are coming to power. (Image: PTI/File)

The Leader of Congress in Lok Sabha said that the TMC leader’s remark indicate that the Congress party and the INDIA alliance are coming to power. (Image: PTI/File)

Mamata Banerjee, whose Trinamool Congress had decided to fight the Lok Sabha elections alone in the state after seat-sharing issues with the INDIA bloc, has said she will “provide outside support” to the opposition front if the BJP loses

A day after West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee announced to support INDIA bloc from outside if it wins Lok Sabha elections, Congress MP Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury on Thursday took a jibe at the Trinamool Congress supremo, saying she left the alliance earlier and now she can join hands with the BJP.

The Leader of Congress in Lok Sabha said that the TMC leader’s remark indicate that the Congress party and the INDIA alliance are coming to power.

“I don’t trust her. She left the alliance and ran away. She can also go towards the BJP… They were talking about destroying the Congress party and that Congress would not get more than 40 seats but now she is saying that it means that the Congress party and the alliance are coming to power,” Chowdhury told ANI.

Banerjee, whose Trinamool Congress had decided to fight the Lok Sabha elections alone in the state after seat-sharing issues with the INDIA bloc, has said she will “provide outside support” to the opposition front if the BJP loses.

According to a report published by ABP, her strong statement comes amid speculation that she may be considered as the prime ministerial candidate, if the opposition comes to power.

“The BJP will lose in the first four phases of the polls. There is no chance of it winning in the remaining three. They will make

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