Yechury Rejects Alliance with Mamata Banerjee's TMC in West Bengal !
Yechury Rejects Alliance with Mamata Banerjee's TMC in West Bengal !

Kolkata: The opposition alliance in India, formed to challenge the BJP in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections, is showing signs of disunity. While these parties express their intention to contest the national elections together, there are internal conflicts at the state level. Sitaram Yechury, the General Secretary of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) or CPI(M), has made it clear that while he supports opposition parties at the national level, he cannot form an alliance with the Trinamool Congress (TMC) in West Bengal.

Following a meeting of the CPI(M) West Bengal Committee in Howrah, Sitaram Yechury stated that their current political and ideological mission is to safeguard secular and democratic values and build a better future. He emphasized the need for all non-BJP parties to unite for this purpose. When asked about a potential alliance with the TMC, Yechury asserted that the TMC cannot serve as an alternative to the BJP. Their primary concern is the welfare of the country and its people, and their goal is to remove the BJP from power at both the state and national levels. He also highlighted that the TMC had previously entered into an agreement with the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA), contributing to the current situation.

Yechury criticized the BJP and RSS, accusing them of undermining the social fabric and promoting a flawed system that leads to fascism through blind faith. He pointed out that the right-wing has created an environment designed to mislead the public. Yechury further claimed that India is no longer functioning as a democracy but is now under the rule of an "electoral dictatorship," emphasizing the collective responsibility to restore true democracy for the benefit of the Indian people.

Regarding allegations of corruption against the TMC, Yechury characterized the West Bengal government as anti-democratic and responsible for undermining the democratic election process. He stressed the importance of not only removing the BJP from the central government but also establishing a democratic system within the state. He asserted that the TMC is not a suitable option for achieving this goal.

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