Panic in Trinamool shows that it cannot win in Bengal: BJP Bengal President Dilip Ghosh

Tapas Roy had indicated two days later that the Left-Congress alliance should join the Trinamool Congress to contest the upcoming West Bengal assembly elections to prevent the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) from coming to power in the state.

Kolkata (West Bengal): BJP West Bengal President Dilip Ghosh said on Sunday that Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs Tapas Roy’s speech in Bankura asking Congress and Left parties to join Trinamool Congress is proof that his party It is realized that he cannot win alone and is bound to be “Parivartan”.

Tapas Roy had indicated two days later that the Left-Congress alliance should join the Trinamool Congress to contest the upcoming West Bengal assembly elections to prevent the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) from coming to power in the state.

Dilip Ghosh said, “TMC’s Tapas Roy is repeatedly welcoming the CPM and the Congress party to join hands to defeat the BJP. However, this is not the statement of Tapas Roy, but Of the TMC party. Nobody can dare ask the TMC. (TMC) to say anything without the permission of the high command. “

“TMC felt that it is impossible for them to win against BJP by fighting alone,” ‘Parivar’ ‘is bound to happen. I think what they have said is true. Fight fully against BJP , We are also ready to bring in. Dilip Ghosh said, “The people of Bengal need to understand that they need BJP, not Mamata.”

Tapas Roy, while addressing a public rally in Bankura on Friday, said, “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 the procession. Congress and the Left parties cannot do it alone. You also know that this is not possible with your dwindling energy. That is why you two have come together. “

In the 2016 assembly elections, the Left and Congress came together and secured 76 seats while TMC secured 211 seats.

The Congress and the Left parties will soon conclude their seat-sharing process through some last-round meetings, according to party sources confirming the upcoming Bengal Assembly elections.

Earlier, the Congress and the Left Front coalition held two rounds of meetings and finalized the seat-sharing agreement for 193 out of a total of 294 seats in the upcoming assembly elections.

The state of West Bengal is gearing up for the upcoming assembly elections for 294 seats this year.

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