'TMC Will Provide Outside Support': Mamata Banerjee Promises To Back INDIA Block If It Wins Lok Sabha Polls

"We will provide leadership to the INDIA bloc, and help them in every way possible from outside. We will form a government so that in Bengal our mothers and sisters never face a problem and those who work in the 100-days-job scheme, do not face challenges," Trinamool Congress supremo said.
Mamata Banerjee

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee

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Kolkata: After announcing that Trinamool Congress will go solo in West Bengal Lok Sabha elections after seat-sharing issues with the INDIA bloc, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has now said that she "will provide outside support" to the Opposition's alliance if it comes to power after the general elections.
"We will provide leadership to the INDIA bloc, and help them in every way possible from outside. We will form a government so that in Bengal our mothers and sisters never face a problem and those who work in the 100-days-job scheme, do not face challenges," Trinamool Congress supremo said.
Mamata Banerjee during a public rally in Hooghly on Wednesday said, "We will provide leadership to the INDIA bloc, and help them in every way possible from outside. We will form a government so that in Bengal our mothers and sisters never face a problem and those who work in the 100-days-job scheme, do not face challenges."
Banerjee further claimed that Trinamool Congress will ensure that the "INDIA bloc comes to power." She earlier said that "INDIA bloc will win at least 315 seats while BJP will win a maximum of 195 seats."
"There will be no Modi in Delhi. Didi is with the people here. Didi will ensure that the INDIA bloc comes to power at the Centre. Based on the numbers I received till yesterday, they will get around 190-195 seats. INDIA bloc will get 315 seats," she said.
Polling for the fourth phase in West Bengal was held on Monday. West Bengal, along with Uttar Pradesh and Bihar, is one of the few states where the 2024 Lok Sabha election will be held in all seven phases.
The first three phases have already been conducted, and the remaining constituencies will cast their votes on May 20, May 25, and June 1.
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