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Congress is proud of TMC’s victory, Kamal Nath said – Mamta Banerjee is the leader of the country, know- what said on PM candidature

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Even though the Congress has been wiped out in the West Bengal assembly elections, it seems happy with the Trinamool Congress victory. Now senior Congress leader Kamal Nath says that Mamta Banerjee is the leader of the country today. Kamal Nath said that Mamta Banerjee is the leader of the country, who has also defeated the central agencies like PM Narendra Modi and CBI, ED. However, he avoided the question of making Mamata Banerjee the UPA’s prime ministerial candidate in the 2024 general elections. On this question, Kamal Nath said that the UPA will decide the PM candidate at the right time.

Kamal Nath said, ‘Mamta Banerjee is the leader of our country today. She has become the Chief Minister of West Bengal for the third consecutive time. He has achieved this level even after a tough competition from BJP and central agencies in the assembly elections. Kamal Nath said that Mamata Banerjee had a fight with the central government, PM Modi, her ministers, the CBI, ED and the Income Tax Department. Even after this, he drove everyone away by raving them. However, regarding the appointment of Mamata as PM candidate, Kamal Nath said that this cannot be said yet. A decision in this regard will be taken by the UPA.

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Kamal Nath also spoke about the ongoing violence in Bengal and BJP’s allegations after the election. The former Madhya Pradesh CM said, ‘BJP now wants to propagate that violence is happening in Bengal. It is a wrong thing to adopt violence. I have spoken to Mamata Banerjee on the phone and told all the people to stay away from violence. Kamal Nath said that I have also invited Mamta Banerjee to come to Madhya Pradesh. Let me tell you that on Wednesday, Mamata Banerjee has been sworn in as the Chief Minister of West Bengal for the third consecutive time. Meanwhile, TMC is being targeted by the BJP in the ongoing violence in Bengal.

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