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    Love and hate relationship between Trinamool Congress and Congress

    Trinamool and Congress has started fighting as usual. Trinamool Congress said they are prepared to go alone. PCC chief Manas Bhuiyan said that it would not be thir responsibility if the 'mahajot' is broken. What is the politics behind all these dramas? Some of the Congress leaders are found to be very active while speaking against Trinamool Congress or Mamata Banerjee. Whenever Deepa Dasmunshi of Congress appears on the TV screen, she speaks against Mamata Banerjee only.
  • #1203
    Trinamool and Congress were always at the logger heads in many issues. Its a forced relation they are having so on. This kind love hate relations wont serve the purpose for future. But Congress needs Trinamool desparetely and not vice versa. This point has to be noted and ponder over.

    K Mohan

  • #1204
    Mr. K.Mohan,
    I agree with your points but the question is why some of the Congress leaders are always against Trinamool Congress? From their statements, it seems that Trinamool is the main enemy of Congress in this state.

    My opinion is that State Congress wants the main opposition party status in this state. They do not want to be a part of any ruling party alliance. State Congress was converted into s sign board party in West Bengal. Recent anti government agitations has helped Congress to come in limelight and this credit goes to Trinamool Congress.

  • #1206
    Yes Dhananjoy, in the garb of forced relations, Congress did benefit from the Trinamool alliance. Congress being a century old party cannot find a foot hold in the state and that is to be ponder over.

    K Mohan

  • #1222
    There are many political disturbances going on all over our India. But this should not be continued for long as it is not good for the country and its people.
    Ankit Patwari

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