The BJP has started its siege in West Bengal and as elections are coming closer. BJP's dominance is increasing and at the same time there is a stampede in TMC. It seems that TMC's trust is being shattered. So far, the anti-BJP parties that have opposed each other are now making efforts to unite and TMC itself has started this initiative and is seeking help from its political enemies. It was started earlier by senior TMC leader Tapas Roy, but now in a press conference held at the party office, TMC senior MP Saugata Roy has openly invited the Congress and Left parties to come together.
Saugat Roy said, "If the Left and Congress are anti-BJP forces, they should follow TMC as it is the only party fighting against the divisive politics of BJP."
However, the Congress and the Left parties have already refused to join the TMC. Recently, President of Bengal unit of Congress, Adhir Ranjan Chaudhary had said that the people of the state are against TMC in the state. BJP also does not like. In such a situation, left and Congress parties are the only option for the public.
TMC has lost its trust-Dilip
On the other hand, BJP's Bengal unit president Dilip Ghosh said, "Today this party neither has the base nor the organization. People are leaving the party. Their faith is dying. They are convinced that now the BJP alone cannot compete, but the people of the state have decided. This time only BJP government will be formed in Bengal. "
In politics, it is not impossible for the opposition parties to unite
, nothing is impossible in politics. There are many examples in the country's politics of the opposition parties uniting against the BJP. In Uttar Pradesh, the opposing party SP and BSP fought the assembly and Lok Sabha elections together. In Kerala, the opposing Congress and the left parties are contesting elections together in Bengal.