The possible visit of another prime minister to Delhi has aroused discussion among politicians. According to sources, CM Mamata Banerjee of West Bengal may visit New Delhi later this month, where she can meet with non-BJP leaders. This brings back rumors about the formation of an anti-BJP front before the 2024 House of Commons elections. According to reports, he will go to the capitol on July 25 and stay there for about 5 days.
Last month, after leaders and celebrities of various parties gathered at the Delhi residence of the Chairman of the Communist Party of Nepal, Sharad Pawar, discussions on the anti-BJP front got a boost. The meeting was chaired by Pawar and convened by Yashwant Sinha, former union minister of the current TMC. Sinha is a strong supporter of the old Bharatiya Janata Party and a sharp critic of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
After that, a series of meetings between Prashant Kishor and Pawar and Gandhi, including his meetings with Congress Chairman Sonia Gandhi, former party chairman Rahul Gandhi, and General Secretary Priyanka Vadira contributed to Rumors of the alliance. antiBJP.
“After defeating the Bharatiya Janata Party in the parliamentary elections, Mamata Didi’s status has further improved. Now she wants to reach out to anti-BJP and non-BJP parties nationwide before the 2024 general election,” said a leader of TMC. He said that during the visit, Banerjee is likely to meet with Speaker of the National Assembly Sonia Gandhi, Chairman of the Samajwadi Party Akhilesh Yadav, his colleagues from Delhi and AAP coordinators Arvind Kejriwal and Sharad Pawar.
Banerjee is likely to stay in the capital for a few days, and she has apparently scheduled her visit during the monsoon parliament meeting because the main leader of the opposition party will be in the city. According to sources, Banerjee can also visit other states.
As far as Banerjee is concerned, she stated at a press conference that there was nothing unusual about his visit. “After every election, I will go to Delhi to meet old and new friends. So this time I will also go to Delhi for a few days because the current COVID19 situation has been brought under control,” she said. She added that if there is a date, she could also meet Narendra Modi and Ramnath Kovind. “I will look for appointments with the prime minister and the president during my visit,” said Bengal CM.