Marxist Communist Party leader Sitaram Yechury has given a big blow to the opposition trying to unite before the presidential election.He has termed the proposed meeting of Mamta Banerjee as one-sided, which Mamta has called to unite the opposition parties.He has said that any unilateral action will only have the opposite effect and damage the unity of the opposition.He has termed Mamata’s efforts as one-sided.
Yechury said the attempt will harm the opposition.In fact, CPI(M) general secretary Sitaram Yechury said that I have come to know from social media that a similar letter has also been sent to me.Generally such meetings are held after much deliberation.These consultations were going on and a time and a date had been fixed.Mamta has written a one sided letter, it is extremely unusual.Any unilateral action will only ensure the opposite and damage the unity of the opposition.
D Raja said – It is not right to call a meeting without consultation, not only Sitaram Yechury, but D Raja, General Secretary of the Communist Party of India has also given a setback to this effort of Mamta.The Telegraph quoted D Raja as saying that it was not appropriate to call such a meeting without prior consultation.The situation demands unity of all secular and progressive forces and hence no such step should be taken which may lead to confusion and misunderstanding.
Congress gave this responsibility to Kharge.Spoke to many other leaders.In view of being infected with the Korana virus, he has given the responsibility of this conversation to Mallikarjun Kharge.
Mamata Banerjee’s proposed meeting on June 15 In fact, Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee has written a letter to the opposition leaders requesting them to attend the proposed meeting on June 15 in New Delhi so that it will be held on July 18 for the successor of President Ram Nath Kovind. To prepare a common strategy for the upcoming elections.