INDIA bloc PM candidate will be decided after 2024 polls: Mamata Banerjee | India News – Times of India

 INDIA bloc PM candidate will be decided after 2024 polls: Mamata Banerjee | India News - Times of India

New Delhi: Chief Minister of West Bengal Mamata Banerjee The opposition alliance-India’s prime ministerial candidate will be decided after the 2024 Lok Sabha elections, it said on Monday.
Asked if the India bloc was delaying to act on issues such as seat distribution, the TMC supremo said, “better late than never”.
Mamata Banerjee is in Delhi on a four-day visit, during which she will meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi, his party MPs and attend a meeting of the opposition India Bloc.
The fourth meeting of India Bloc party leaders will be held in New Delhi on December 19. Formulating a “fundamental positive agenda”, seat-sharing and organizing joint rallies are among the key challenges before the India bloc that will be taken up in its next meeting.
The parties plan to go ahead with the theme of unity – “Main Nahi, Hum” (We, not me) – as Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s response to the meeting.
The session is being held in the background. Congress‘ Electoral defeat in the recently concluded assembly elections, where it suffered defeats in Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh.
Meanwhile, Mamata Banerjee also said that a three-way alliance between TMC, Left and Congress is possible in West Bengal.
Mamata said, “Someone should ring the cat. If they have real stuff, I have no problem. But in West Bengal, they have only two seats. I am ready to talk and debate. said Mamata.
The West Bengal Chief Minister further criticized the suspension of opposition MPs from the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha and said it was all good for the Bharatiya Janata Party members.
“It’s not like they have to suspend everyone en masse. If they think the House is supreme, why are they afraid? If they suspend all the members, how will they raise their voice?” They said.
“They are passing three important bills. There is a system in democracy. Who will raise the voice of the people? The voice of the people has been suppressed. They should first suspend the House. They have no courage to run this House. – Suspend the opposition completely.
Thirty-three Lok Sabha members and 45 Rajya Sabha members were suspended on Monday for disrupting proceedings and rioting in Parliament over last Saturday’s security breach.
Of the nearly 80 MPs who were prosecuted, 64 have been suspended for the rest of the winter session, which ended on December 22.
Last week too, a total of 14 MPs were suspended – 13 from the Lok Sabha and 1 from the Rajya Sabha – for raising slogans and disrupting parliamentary proceedings.

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