Mamata likely to become the face of opposition front in 2019 general election
The new political developments in Delhi indicates that the chief minister of West Bengal, Mamata Banerjee, is likely to become the face of the opposition front, being developed against the ruling Saffron front by the major opposition parties such as the Congress Party, JD(S), TMC, SP and DMK, in the upcoming general election.
Last day, the Bengal CM met several senior opposition leaders in the state capital. Noting was released about what she discussed with the opposition leaders. There were rumours that the leaders discussed about the political strategy they should take during the upcoming parliament sessions and general election.
The opposition parties are likely to strongly stand against the ruling government’s move to exclude nearly forty lakh people from the National Register of Citizens in Assam. They are expected to organise protests both inside the house and outside the house in the coming days.
Recently, Ms Mamata alleged that the government was trying to take away the voting rights of all the non-BJP voters. She also quipped that had she belonged to the community who relocated to India from Bangladesh, she would also have been labelled as a terrorist or illegal migrant.
Can Ms Mamata block the triumph of the rightwing regime?
Vignesh. S. G
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