Trinamool Congress

Trinamool MLA Nirmal Maji now accused of comparing Mamata Banerjee with Allah
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The lone All India Secular Front (AISF) legislator in West Bengal Assembly, Nawshad Siddiqui made this allegation by releasing a video message which he shared with a section of the media. To recall, AISF contested the 2021 West Bengal Assembly polls in alliance with Left Front and Congress. Siddique has started his video message with the reference Maji.
Not many buyers for CPI-M's claim that it forced Yashwant Sinha to quit Trinamool
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This logic put forward by the party's general secretary Sitaram Yechury is just an attempt to pacify the growing dissatisfaction within the party, especially in West Bengal, over the support to Yashwant Sinha considering that in West Bengal the party's prime rival in Trinamool Congress.
Dismal show in Tripura by-polls leaves Trinamool clueless
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The question that is also haunting the party leadership is whether these results are signs of what the Trinamool Congress could be facing in the Tripura assembly polls next year. The by-polls were held in four assembly seats in Tripura -- Agartala, Jubarajnagar, Surma and Town Bordowali. Chief Minister Manik Saha contested from Town Bordowali and has won.
Tripura by-polls: CPI-M's big setback, Congress's gain; BJP keeps tally
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In the June 23 by-polls, result of which declared on Sunday, the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) won three seats including that of Chief Minister Manik Saha who has been elected to the state assembly for the first time from Town Bordowali defeating Congress candidate Asish Kumar Saha by a margin of 6,104 votes.
Mamata might skip Pawar's meeting on Prez polls, depute Abhishek
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Officially, the Trinamool leadership is stating that her most likely absence in the meeting convened by Pawar will be because of her pre-scheduled appointment on that day. However, party insiders said that the actual reasons might be the growing grievances in the mind of the Chief Minister over certain developments since she convened a similar meeting on this count at New Delhi's Constitution Club on June 15.
Mamata Banerjee ignores AIMIM for opposition meet
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The Trinamool Congress leader has invited 22 political parties to the meeting but ignored AIMIM. The presidential elections will take place on July 18 and the results will be declared on July 21. Like Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS), which is staying away from the meeting because of the invitation extended to the Congress party, AIMIM is also strongly opposed to sharing any platform with the Congress.
Tripura CM to contest polls 1st time; multi-cornered contest in 4 seats
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Political pundits say that the by-elections in four assembly seats will be a multi-cornered contest between the ruling BJP, and the CPI-M-led Left Front, the Congress, and the Trinamool Congress and these by-polls are considered as a semi-final before the next year's general elections to 60-seat Tripura assembly.
Trinamool's doors closed for outsiders for time being: Abhishek Banerjee
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Incidentally, he made this announcement at a public rally at Shyamnagar under Barrackpore Lok Sabha constituency in North 24 Parganas district, whose erstwhile BJP Lok Sabha member, Arjun Singh has recently rejoined the Trinamool on May 22, and was welcomed in the party by Abhishek Banerjee himself.
Dhankhar has his way, Dy Speaker to administer Babul Supriyo's oath on Wed
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Although Supriyo was elected as the new MLA from Ballygunge on April 16, confusion was prevailing over his oath taking ceremony after the the Governor cleared the file pertaining to his oath on April 30 on condition that the oath be administered by the Deputy Speaker, instead of the Speaker, Biman Banerjee.
Jolt to Trinamool's UP unit as state chief resigns
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"Big leaders in the Trinamool Congress do not want the party to expand beyond West Bengal. The party's committed workforce in Uttar Pradesh is being side-lined and attempts are being made to disintegrate the state unit," Rai told reporters on Tuesday. He, however, did not divulge his future plans. The infighting within the party will hit Mamata Banerjee's plan to have a stronger presence in Uttar Pradesh ahead of the 2024 Lok Sabha elections.
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