Sibal defends Congress in opposition, responds to Mamata

New Delhi: Congress leader and lawyer Kapil Sibal has now reacted to Trinamool Congress (TMC) supremo and Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee's statement that there is no UPA now. Sibal said on Thursday that without the Congress, the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) will be like a body that does not have a soul. Sibal tweeted, "Without Congress, UPA will be like a body without a soul. This is the time to show opposition solidarity. '

It may be recalled that mamata banerjee had said at an event in Mumbai on Wednesday that continuous efforts are necessary for politics. Attacking Rahul Gandhi indirectly, Mamata Banerjee had said, "You cannot stay abroad most of the time. On the question of whether she wants NCP National President Sharad Pawar to become the president of the UPA, Mamata Banerjee had said, "There is no UPA now. '

Mamata Banerjee, without naming the Congress, said that no one can fight, so what should we do?  We want all parties to fight.  Mamata also said that the UNITED PROGRESSIVE ALLIANCE (UPA) is no longer there and therefore, the question does not arise as to who will be the leader of the UPA. Tell me, sonia gandhi is the leader of the UPA now.

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