Mamata Banerjee, the Chief Minister of West Bengal, is expected to meet Congress President Sonia Gandhi today. Mamta Banerjee arrived in Delhi on Monday evening amid tensions between the BJP and the TMC in Tripura, despite the fact that her travel to Delhi had been planned in advance.
TMC MPs met with the Home Minister on Monday evening to convey their concern with the arrest of TMC Youth Brigade President Sayoni Ghosh in Tripura on Sunday. During the day, TMC MPs staged a sit-in in front of North Block to protest the lack of time from the Home Minister. Mamta Banerjee is set to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi on November 24 and then return on November 25, according to information received.
Will raise the issue of expansion of BSF’s jurisdiction with PM Modi: Mamata Banerjee
Mamta Banerjee commented on the Delhi travel, saying, “During my journey to Delhi, I shall see Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Will bring up the question of the BSF’s jurisdiction being expanded.” Let us inform you that TMC workers in Tripura have claimed responsibility for an attack. He claims that BJP workers thrashed him as he entered a police station in Agartala, Tripura. Inside the police station, BJP members thrashed him with clubs and stones were thrown at him in front of the Tripura Police.
Mamta Banerjee engaged in uniting the opposition raising many issues
Mamata Banerjee’s three-day visit to Delhi prior to the Parliament session is thought to be very essential. She is expected to try to unite the opposition when the three agricultural laws are repealed, in order to lay siege to the administration on a variety of topics, especially BSF rights. Simultaneously, following the announcement of the repeal of agricultural laws, the opposition has raised the question of laying siege to the government in Parliament once more. According to sources, in addition to the top Congress leaders, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee may meet with other opposition leaders.
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