Congress to contest in 92 seats and CPM to contest in 101 seats in Bengal

Kolkatta, 28/1 (AO Bureau): Assembly elections are to be held in West Bengal this year. In this election, the Congress has aligned itself with the Communist Party of India (CPM). In Bengal, Congress President Adhir Ranjan Chaudhary has said that so far candidates for the alliance have been decided on 193 seats. He said that on 92 of these seats, Congress and Left (CPM) candidates will fight on 101 seats.

Adhir targets the Delhi Center regarding Delhi violence

Meanwhile, Congress leader Adhir Ranjan blamed the central government for the violence that took place in Delhi during the farmers’ tractor rally on 26 January. Adhir Ranjan Chaudhary said that this intelligence is a failure. The government has done this on purpose. He said that everything was happening under the supervision of the government.

Adhir Ranjan also said that if the BJP raises a voice against the government, it is called either Pakistani or terrorist or Khalistani and then a traitor.

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