TMC distanced itself from the India Alliance meeting on who will become PM, said going to Delhi on June 1 is impractical

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Elections are also due on 57 seats in the final phase on June 1. However, with the news of this meeting, there is also talk of a split in it. Trinamool Congress, which does not consider the Congress party worthy of even 2 seats in West Bengal, has distanced itself from this meeting. TMC will not attend the India Block meeting on June 1. Along with this, going to Delhi has been termed impractical.

After the seventh phase of elections on June 1, a meeting of the leaders of the India Alliance is going to be held in Delhi. Leaders of all the parties of the India Alliance have been invited to this meeting. In the country’s capital Delhi, the leaders of all the constituent parties of the India Alliance will show unity and assess the upcoming results. Along with this, the subsequent strategy will also be discussed in this meeting. There is also election on 57 seats in the last phase on June 1. However, with the news of this meeting, there is also talk of a split in it. Trinamool Congress, which does not consider the Congress party worthy of even 2 seats in West Bengal, has distanced itself from this meeting. TMC will not attend the India Block meeting on June 1. Along with this, going to Delhi has been described as impractical.

A senior party leader said on Monday that the Trinamool Congress will not attend the India Block meeting on June 1. We have an important election ahead of us in the seventh phase. Voting is being held on nine seats in Bengal, which is more than any other day. Voting will take place on all seats in Kolkata and Greater Kolkata on that day. The party leader said that this is a big election day for the TMC. Apart from this, voting will also take place in UP, Bihar and Punjab. It is not practical to go to Delhi.

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal is among those invited to the meeting. The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) national convener, who was released on interim bail by the Supreme Court on May 10 in the Delhi excise policy case, will have to surrender on June 2. The 28-member Indian National Developmental Inclusive Alliance (INDIA) was formed in July last year to take on the BJP-led ruling National Democratic Alliance (NDA) in the Lok Sabha elections. The NDA is seeking a third consecutive term at the Centre and a hat-trick for Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the country’s top post.

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