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RJD Says in Talks With TMC to Struggle West Bengal Assembly Elections Together

RJD Says in Talks With TMC to Struggle West Bengal Assembly Elections Together


Bihar’s principal opposition party RJD is in talks with the Trinamool Congress to fight the approaching West Bengal elections together, a senior RJD leader said on Sunday. RJD principal standard secretary Abdul Bari Siddiqui and countrywide typical secretary Shyam Rajak are in Kolkata to hammer a tie-up with Mamata Banerjee’s celebration for the Bengal polls.

“We will be conference Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Monday to combat Bengal elections alongside one another,” Rajak explained to PTI. Siddiqui and Rajak are assembly social gathering leaders in the condition ahead of the discussions with Banerjee.

RJD spokesperson Mrityunjay Tiwary reported about the cellular phone from Patna that the social gathering is discovering the possibility of contesting some seats on the Bengal-Bihar border. He, having said that, did not give any figures on which the party is preparing to battle the condition elections, likely in April-May perhaps.

Banerjee has a cordial relation with RJD supremo Lalu Prasad and the occasion needs to bolster her fingers in the Bengal polls, Tiwary claimed. The most important aim of the RJD is to prevent the “communal” BJP from escalating its influence in West Bengal and fortify the secular forces beneath the management of the TMC main, he added.

Although not a obvious participant in Bengal politics, the RJD, which emerged as the biggest celebration in the just lately concluded Bihar polls and enjoys considerable aid among the Muslims besides the Yadavs, is eyeing a number of seats on the inter-condition border that have a sizeable quantity of Hindi- talking voters. RJD experienced an MLA in the Bengal assembly concerning 2006 and 2011 through the Still left Front rule.



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