West Bengal Assembly Election: bengal me milakar ladenge congress aur left, gathabandhan ko mili manjuri, west bengal assembly election: congress and left will fight together in Bengal, coalition gets approval


  • The Congress and the Left will fight together in next year’s West Bengal assembly elections, they were also together in 2016
  • Senior Congress leader and West Bengal unit president Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury announced on Thursday
  • Left and Congress have come together to stop both Mamta Banerjee and BJP in West Bengal

The Congress and the Left will fight together in the West Bengal Assembly Election next year. Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury (Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury), senior Congress leader and president of the West Bengal unit, announced this on Thursday. He tweeted and said, “Today the Congress high command has formally approved the electoral alliance with the left parties in the West Bengal assembly elections.”

West Bengal Congress President Adhir Ranjan Chaudhary had said that there should be an alliance between Left and Congress to stop both Mamata Banerjee and BJP in Bengal. In such a situation, on Thursday, the Congress high command gave formal approval to the electoral alliance with the left parties.

Congress and Left fought together in 2016
Let me tell you that Adhir Ranjan Chaudhary was the president of the party, when the Left and Congress fought the assembly elections together in 2016. However, despite a lot of efforts in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, there could not be an alliance between the two parties. Assembly elections are due in West Bengal next year. BJP has also put full force for the election here. For the first time in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, BJP achieved the status of the main opposition party in the state. The party won 18 out of 42 Lok Sabha seats in a historic performance. In the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, BJP had a lead in only 28 assembly segments, while in 2019, the party was ahead in 128 assembly seats. On the other hand, TMC, which had an edge in 214 regions in 2014, was ahead in 158 regions in 2019.

Union Home Minister Amit Shah is constantly strategizing on Bengal. On 20 December in Bengal, he said that the BJP condemns the manner in which TMC activists attacked National President JP Nadda. He said that BJP workers have decided that we will respond to the violence in a democratic manner and will show this government by defeating in the coming elections. Amit Shah said that if BJP wins from here, it will be the next Chief Minister from the soil of Bengal.

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