New Delhi | Mukul Sangma Lefts Congress: Even before the assembly elections in five states of the country, Mamata Banerjee’s party TMC has spoiled the condition of Sonia Gandhi’s party Congress. Congress MLAs and leaders are continuously leaving the party and joining TMC. Due to which the Congress party seems to be ineffective and the Trinamool Congress, which is called Mamata Banerjee’s small party, is continuously increasing its political influence. After joining Trinamool Congress with 12 MLAs, former Meghalaya Chief Minister Mukul Sangma has made a big statement saying that the ineffectiveness of Congress in fighting divisive forces has come to the fore.
Mamata Banerjee’s TMC became the leader of the opposition
Former CM Mukul Sangma said that due to the ineffectiveness of the Congress, Mamata Banerjee’s party, which does not have any special status in the state’s politics, has become the leader of the opposition. Sangma has held the post of Chief Minister of Meghalaya from 2010 to 2018.
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Congress failed in fight with BJP
Mukul Sangma Lefts Congress: Former Meghalaya Chief Minister Sangma said that the Congress has failed to fight the BJP and that is the reason, Sangma had to take the decision to join TMC. Sangma said that divisive forces are getting stronger in the country. So in an effort to find an all India party to take on the NDA, it has decided to go to the TMC. He said that before joining TMC, he and his team had gone to Delhi to meet the Congress high command and discuss several issues, but to no avail.
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