West Bengal politics has made it possible for the turmoil again. In fact, the Congress president gave his approval to the Congress-Left Front Alliance in the state for the by-election of the Legislative Assembly in Bengal. State Congress leaders say it has been approved after a gold meeting with West Bengal Congress president Somen Mitra on Friday. As Sonia becomes president, the focus of the Congress is on West Bengal.
A senior leader said, “Our state president informed Soniaji that by-elections will be held in three seats – Karimpur in Nadia district, Kharagpur in Medinipur district and Kaliganj in Uttar Dinajpur district. It has been suggested that the Congress will field candidates in Kharagpur and Kaliganj seats and will contest from Left Front in Karimpur seat. The senior leader said, “We are pleased that the TMC, despite its proximity to the Congress in Delhi, understands that our High Command understands our politics in Bengal.”
He said that our High Command supported our position, which is against the TMC and BJP in the state. ‘TMC, on the other hand, is worried about the BJP’s increased strength. In West Bengal, there is a storm of nationalism and Hinduism that is directly benefiting the BJP. At the same time, the Muslim attraction policy raised against the TMC is trying to sink the Mamata government. All in all, West Bengal politics has once again grown.