Trinamool Congress (TMC) leader Mahua Moitra on Thursday hit out at the Congress, saying “Congress should realize that its leaders are not the emperors of India.
Trinamool Congress (TMC) leader Mahua Moitra on Thursday hit out at the Congress, saying “Congress should realize that its leaders are not the emperors of India. If Congress discharges its duties in Goa, Had it been done well, the TMC would not have had to contest the elections in the coastal state to defeat the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party.” Mahua Moitra said that “TMC is ready for an alliance in Goa as it is the need of the hour to defeat the BJP. But he also said that the Congress will have to stop behaving as its supreme being.”
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He said this while reacting to the statement made by senior Congress leader P. Chidambaram earlier in the day. Chidambaram said Congress and BJP are the two main competitors in Goa and if Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and TMC field their candidates in the upcoming assembly elections and get some votes, they will split the non-BJP vote. The TMC leader said that Chidambaram and the Congress leadership should realize that the time has come to take on the BJP and the time has come for the Congress to realize that it is not capable of fighting this battle alone.
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He said the Congress had no right to talk about defection as it had welcomed M. Lobo (BJP minister), BJP leader Delia Lobo, former minister Carlos Almeida to the party. Moitra said that according to the definition of Congress, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee is a rebel and YSR Congress chief and Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Jagan Reddy is a rebel. The TMC leader said that but these people are the chief ministers and are ruling the states. He said that it is high time that the Congress realizes that he is not the emperor of India. Voting will be held on February 14 for all the 40 seats in the Goa Legislative Assembly.
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