Tuesday, February 27, 2024
Latest News
The Tech Titan Who Led His Company From a 68-Square-Foot Jail Cell Ariadne auf Naxos: Hong Kong Arts Festival opener is an opera within an opera that treats the ears better than the eyes China’s former foreign minister Qin Gang resigns from deputy membership after long absence from public view Ben Stokes lauds England's spirit despite series loss to India | Cricket News MWC 2024: Oppo Air Glass 3 to OnePlus Watch 2, here are the top 10 things to know about ‘Being obnoxious got me convicted’ Man died on Metro bus after fight, police say. Suspect is in custody Akshata Murty, UK's First Lady, Spotted Book Shopping in Bengaluru with Family | Bengaluru News India Nears Trade Deal with Oman, Strengthening Mideast Ties | India Business News Kenneth Mitchell Death: Captain Marvel actor Kenneth Mitchell dies at 49 due to ALS | 'Shami, I'm confident...': PM Narendra Modi's special message for Team India's star pacer Mohammed Shami | Cricket News MWC 2024: Harvard Labs' Polar ID sensor with Samsung may just find its way into your future phone Conservative group announces recall effort against California Gov. Gavin Newsom Express service! Delhi section of expressway progresses at fast clip | Delhi News Elon Musk Goes on Offense to Defend Offensive Speech China plans C919 test flights in Southeast Asia en route to possible sales Biden Tries to Turn the Tables on Trump: ‘He’s About as Old as I Am’ Doing the same thing over and over again & denying the outcome is intentionality Basavaraj Patil News: Maharashtra Congress leader Basavaraj Patil likely to join BJP today | Mumbai News Opinion | To forge a ‘one-China market’, Beijing must overcome local resistance Forget your chargers: This 28,000mAh power bank doubles up as an Android phone | Court documents shed new details in killing of nursing student at University of Georgia The Rothschild family is worth an estimated $1 billion. Meet the remaining heirs of the legendary dynasty. Anganwadi Workers: Anganwadi Workers Protest in Chachal: Seek Pay Hike & Job Avenues | Guwahati News Sikkim's First Indian Railways Station at Rangpo: Top Facts, Photos & Why Sevoke-Rangpo Railway Project is Special | Why Indian origin UK professor Nitasha Kaul was denied entry into India | From Gaumukh to the Bay of Bengal: one man’s voyage of discovery takes him the length of the Ganges 5 Best Fitbit wrist bands: Combining style with fitness tracking US hurtles toward a government shutdown, again Raja Vaikal: Residents Raise Concerns Over TWAD Blocking Raja Vaikal, Fear Floods in Coimbatore North | Coimbatore News
HomeIndia'BJP will not be able to retain power at Centre if ......

‘BJP will not be able to retain power at Centre if … ‘: Mamata Banerjee’s message after Congress’s defeat in assembly elections | India News



NEW DELHI: West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee on Monday had a subtle message for the Congress, which fought the assembly electionswithout opposition alliance and lost to the BJP in 3 Hindi heartland states of Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh. Mamata claimed that the BJP will not be able to win the 2024 Lok Sabha elections if there is proper seat sharing among the opposition parties.

“A strategy has to be finalised. If there is proper consensus on seat sharing ahead of the 2024 Lok Sabha elections, the saffron party will not be able to retain power at the Centre,” she said.
Mamata’s party the Trinamool Congress has claimed that the BJP’s victories in Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Telangana were more of a failure of the Congress than a success story of the saffron party. The West Bengal chief minister attributed BJP’s victory in Rajasthan to split of opposition votes in the state. She also claimed that BJP had little reasons to rejoice because its victory margins were slim.

The Congress, which lost in all the three states it had won 5 years back in 2018, has been under fire from its INDIA (Indian National Developmental Inclusive Alliance) allies for ignoring them during the assembly elections.
The INDIA bloc has been quick to distance itself from the Congress’s failure in the assembly elections. Trinamool Congress leader Kunal Ghosh said that the results in Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh cannot be viewed as the failure of the INDIA bloc.
TMC MP and party’s national general secretary Abhishek Banerjee had a word of caution for the Congress.
“If Congress wants everyone to unite and fight the BJP, I would like to tell them that there isn’t much time. The effort to bring everyone together has begun. If you want everyone to fight together, it should reflect in your actions not your words,” Abhishek, who is nephew of Mamata Banerjee, said.
The Congress got into an ugly spat with Akhilesh Yadav of the Samajwadi Party over seat sharing in Madhya Pradesh for the assembly elections. Another INDIA bloc party Arvind Kejriwal‘s Aam Aadmi Party also contested the MP elections separately. The Congress did not take any initiative for a joint contest in the state. A planned joint rally of INDIA partners in Bhopal was cancelled.
Congress will be at the receiving end when the leaders of the opposition INDIA bloc meet in Delhi on December 6 to chalk out a strategy for the 2024 Lok Sabha elections.
Watch PM Modi: ‘Today’s hat-trick ensures hat-trick in 2024’ after sweeping victory in Hindi heartland

function loadGtagEvents(isGoogleCampaignActive) { if (!isGoogleCampaignActive) { return; } var id = document.getElementById('toi-plus-google-campaign'); if (id) { return; } (function(f, b, e, v, n, t, s) { t = b.createElement(e); t.async = !0; t.defer = !0; t.src = v; t.id = 'toi-plus-google-campaign'; s = b.getElementsByTagName(e)[0]; s.parentNode.insertBefore(t, s); })(f, b, e, 'https://www.googletagmanager.com/gtag/js?id=AW-877820074', n, t, s); };

function loadSurvicateJs(allowedSurvicateSections = []){ const section = window.location.pathname.split('/')[1] const isHomePageAllowed = window.location.pathname === '/' && allowedSurvicateSections.includes('homepage')

if(allowedSurvicateSections.includes(section) || isHomePageAllowed){ (function(w) { var s = document.createElement('script'); s.src="https://survey.survicate.com/workspaces/0be6ae9845d14a7c8ff08a7a00bd9b21/web_surveys.js"; s.async = true; var e = document.getElementsByTagName('script')[0]; e.parentNode.insertBefore(s, e); })(window); }

}

window.TimesApps = window.TimesApps || {}; var TimesApps = window.TimesApps; TimesApps.toiPlusEvents = function(config) { var isConfigAvailable = "toiplus_site_settings" in f && "isFBCampaignActive" in f.toiplus_site_settings && "isGoogleCampaignActive" in f.toiplus_site_settings; var isPrimeUser = window.isPrime; if (isConfigAvailable && !isPrimeUser) { loadGtagEvents(f.toiplus_site_settings.isGoogleCampaignActive); loadFBEvents(f.toiplus_site_settings.isFBCampaignActive); loadSurvicateJs(f.toiplus_site_settings.allowedSurvicateSections); } else { var JarvisUrl="https://jarvis.indiatimes.com/v1/feeds/toi_plus/site_settings/643526e21443833f0c454615?db_env=published"; window.getFromClient(JarvisUrl, function(config){ if (config) { loadGtagEvents(config?.isGoogleCampaignActive); loadFBEvents(config?.isFBCampaignActive); loadSurvicateJs(config?.allowedSurvicateSections); } }) } }; })( window, document, 'script', );



Source link

RELATED ARTICLES

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Most Popular

Recent Comments

Latest News