Mamata Banerjee - the Founder of Trinamool Congress

In 1997, Mamata Banerjee came apart the Pradesh Congress in Bengal and led to formation of the All India Trinamool Congress. It rapidly became the main opposition to the deep rooted ruling Communist Government in West Bengal.

On December 11, 1998, she once more created controversy as she detained a Samajwadi Party M.P., Daroga Prasad Saroj, by holding the collar and pulled him out of the well of the Lok Sabha to prevent him from his protest in opposition to the Women's Reservation Bill.

During 1999, she tied with the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) Government led by Bharatiya Janata Party and where she became the Minister for Railways.


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