After West Bengal, its India what the Trinamul Congress is eyeing for. Yesterday, the chief minister of West Bengal spoke about the importance their party in the national politics. She stated that Trinamul is emerging as a national force in recent years.
Yesterday, Mamata Banerjee was unanimously chosen as the Trinamul congress chairperson at the party’s organizational elections held at the Netaji Indoor Stadium. Instead of Maharashtra Niwas the election were held here because of the increased number of delegates. There were more than 2500 delegates from Bengal, Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur and Andaman and Nicobar islands.
Here, she told to the party members that they have MLAs in four states. They can win more seats in other states if they want, but number hardly matters. What matters is the ideology and strength of the party.
The West Bengal chief minister also spoke about Trinamul’s increasing strength in the north eastern states, which includes Tripura, the CPI(M) ruled state. In this year’s assembly pool, Trinamul won 5 seats in Arunachal Pradesh, 1 in Assam and 1 in Manipur. She is confident that her party will win in Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Assam, Manipur, Arunachal Pradesh and even Tripura, next time. Other party members also spoke about the party’s role in country’s political map.