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NEW DELHI: While the Congress in Bengal goes all out towards the ruling Trinamool Congress, a senior chief of the occasion has stated that it could assist Mamata Banerjee publish elections if the necessity arises.
“If a situation arises post elections, we will support the TMC to form government in West Bengal, this is my personal opinion. This is because of philosophical reasons,” stated veteran Congress MP Abu Hasem Khan Choudhury on Tuesday.
“We don’t like TMC because of the behaviour they meted out to the Congress. But TMC is not communal,” stated the Congress MP from Maldaha Dakshin.
However, the Congress MP’s “personal opinion” may very well be doubtlessly embarrassing for the occasion which has tied up with the Left and is campaigning aggressively towards the ruling Trinamool Congress.
Recently when Mamata Banerjee was injured in Nandigram on the day she filed her nomination papers, senior Congress chief Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury stated the “chief minister was indulging in hypocrisy to gain sympathy.”
“This is ‘siyasi pakhand’ (hypocrisy) to gain sympathy. Before polls, she (Mamata Banerjee) planned this ‘nautanki’ after sensing difficulties in Nandigram,” Adhir Ranjan had stated.
Abu Hasem Khan Choudhary additionally slammed the CPM for its alliance with Abbas Siddiqui-led Indian Secular Front (ISF).
“We did not join hands with Abbas Siddiqui, CPM allied with his party. I think they felt that they may not get a single seat in the elections, so they forged an alliance with him,” he stated.
“We forged an alliance with the Left at first, then they went and allied with Siddiqui. We told them that we did not like it but they were scared that they may perform badly in the elections. So, they joined hands with Abbas, if he can get them eight-ten seats in the name of religion,” he added.
There have been divisions inside the Congress over the presence of ISF within the alliance. Senior chief Anand Sharma had questioned the affiliation with ISF. His observations had evoked robust reactions from Adhir Ranjan, who accused Sharma of serving to the “polarising agenda of the BJP.”
No feedback, says CPM chief
“The Samjukta Morcha of the Left-Congress-ISF has been formed at the state-level after green-signal from Delhi. There is no doubt that we will fight this election together. He is a senior leader, I don’t know what he has said and will not comment on it,” CPM’s Malda district secretary Ambar Mitra stated.
Unholy alliance uncovered: BJP
The BJP, in the meantime, known as it a “unholy” alliance, which can assist the TMC kind authorities in case of a hung meeting.
“We have been saying from the beginning that an unholy alliance has been forged in West Bengal and it will help the TMC in the future. Choudhury’s comments make this thing clear that they will support TMC in case of a hung assembly,” BJP’s district vice-president Ajoy Ganguly stated.
(With inputs from PTI)

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