She can also go with BJP…Adhir angry with Mamata's statement of support from outside

Ronit Kawale
Ronit Kawale - Senior Editor
3 Min Read

New Delhi: The country's politics is hot over West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee's statement of extending outside support if the Indian Alliance government is formed. Congress leader Adhir Ranjan Chaudhary has reacted to Mamta's statement. He said that I do not trust Mamata Banerjee. She had fled from the alliance. She can also join BJP. Adhir Ranjan Chaudhary said, 'She is now understanding the ground reality that voters are moving towards India Alliance. What prompted him to leave the alliance? Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury on Thursday claimed that Trinamool Congress (TMC) supremo Mamata Banerjee is supporting the opposition alliance 'Bharat' to maintain her relevance in national politics. Are. Choudhary's remarks came a day after Banerjee said that her party would support the 'India' alliance from outside to form the government at the Centre. Chaudhary termed Banerjee an 'opportunistic politician' and said that she has changed her stance sensing the changing politics. The Congress leader said, 'This clearly indicates that the 'India' alliance is gaining ground and is close to forming the government. This is why Mamata Banerjee, as a shrewd and opportunistic leader, has already decided to extend her support.

'…she is becoming isolated in national politics'

He said, 'She (Banerjee) has lost her credibility. She has understood the reality that voters are looking towards the 'India' alliance. She has realized that she is becoming isolated in national politics. This is a way to keep oneself relevant in national politics. Addressing a rally in Hooghly district on Wednesday, the TMC chief had said that his party would support the 'Bharat' alliance from outside to form the government at the Centre. Banerjee made it clear that her party would not support the Congress and the Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPI-M) in West Bengal. He alleged that the West Bengal units of the CPI(M), part of the 'Bharat' alliance, and the Congress have joined hands and both the parties are helping the BJP in the state.

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