Marxist Communist Party leader Sitaram Yeshuri has dealt a major blow to the opposition trying to unite before the presidential election. He described the proposed meeting of Mamata Banerjee as one-sided, which was called by Mamata to unite the opposition parties. He said that any unilateral action would only be counterproductive and harm the unity of the opposition. He described Mamata’s efforts as unilateral.
Yachouri said the attempt would harm the opposition
In fact, CPI(M) Secretary General Sitaram Yashury said I learned from social media that a similar letter was also sent to me. Generally, such meetings take place after much deliberation. These consultations were ongoing and a date and time were set. Mamta wrote a one-sided letter, it is very unusual. Any unilateral action will only guarantee the opposite and harm the unity of the opposition.
Dr. Raja said – It is not valid to call for a meeting without consulting
Not only Sitram Chouri, General Secretary of the Communist Party of India De Raja has also caused a setback for Mamta’s efforts. The Telegraph quoted de Raga as saying that it was not appropriate to call such a meeting without prior consultation. The situation requires the unity of all secular and progressive forces, and therefore such a step which may lead to confusion and misunderstanding should not be taken.
Congress has given this responsibility to Karg
After Mamata Banerjee convened this meeting, Congress spokesperson Randeep Surjwala said in a statement that party chairwoman Sonia Gandhi spoke to NCP Chairman Sharad Pawar, TMC Chairman Mamata Banerjee and several opposition party leaders regarding the presidential election. Due to his infection with the Corona virus, he has entrusted the responsibility for this conversation to Mallikarjun Kout.
The proposed MAMTA meeting will be held on June 15
In fact, Trinamool Congress President Mamata Banerjee has written to opposition leaders urging them to attend the proposed June 15 meeting in New Delhi to formulate a joint strategy for the July 18 election of President Ram Nath Kovind’s successor.
He wrote a letter to 22 leaders including Thackeray
The TMC recalled 22 leaders including Congress President Sonia Gandhi, Delhi Chief Minister, Aam Adami Party (AAP) member Arvind Kejriwal, Kerala state leader, left-wing leader Pinarayi Vijayan, Odisha BJD Chairman Navin Patnaik and Maharashtra Chief Minister Udhav Thackeray. The message has also been written. It is also said that Mamata Banerjee also contacted her counterparts in Telangana, K. Chandrashekhar Rao, MK Stalin in Tamil Nadu, Hemant Soren in Jharkhand, and Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann.