The CPI (M) -led Left Front and the Congress will jointly hold a massive rally in Kolkata in February or March for the forthcoming Assembly elections in West Bengal.
The CPI (M) -led Left Front and the Congress party, which have formed an electoral alliance for the upcoming assembly elections in West Bengal, will jointly hold a massive rally in Kolkata in February or March. A meeting was held on Thursday to discuss the distribution of seats ahead of the assembly elections. After the meeting, Left Front Chairman Biman Bose said that in February or March at the Brigade Parade Ground, all the parties have decided to form a Maharali.
In addition to Bose, Leader of the Opposition Abdul Mannan and other leaders took part in the talks on behalf of the Congress. Sources said Congress and Left Front leaders have discussed the seats. The central leadership of the Congress High Command and the constituencies of the Left Front have asked their state units to talk about seat sharing. The Congress and the Left fought the 2016 state assembly elections together, but they split in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections.
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