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Vice President candidate's appeal to Mamta Banerjee: TMC pulled hands from voting, Margaret said- This is not the time of ego

Vice President candidate's appeal to Mamta Banerjee: TMC pulled hands from voting, Margaret said- This is not the time of ego

Margaret Alva is the Vice Presidential candidate from the Opposition. Voting for this is to be held on August 6, but the Trinamool Congress led by Mamta Banerjee has decided not to vote in this election. Margaret Alva is disappointed on this decision of TMC, although she has said that Mamta is sure that Alwa will stand with the opposition. Alwa wrote in the tweet- It is not a time of ego, she has said clearly to Mamta through a tweet- " TMC's decision to stay away from voting is disappointing. It is not a time for anything, ego or anger. It is a time of courage, leadership and unity. I am confident that Mamta, a symbol of courage, will stand with the opposition. "30 years Margaret Alva, who was MP, claims the support of 17 parties: Read full news ... TMC took after the meeting of MPs, Faulatrunamool Congress has decided to stay away from voting in the Vice-Presidential elections. This is because he does not agree with the way the opposition candidate is kept without keeping the party in the loop. West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee took this decision after a meeting with TMC MPs on July 22. Margaret Alva has been fielded. Alva's name, who was associated with the disputes, announced his name after the opposition parties meeting in Delhi on Sunday. 80 -year -old Alva is originally from Mangalore, Karnataka, Alva accused the Congress high command of selling tickets. Alva has been the Governor of 4 states including Rajasthan. Read full news ... Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the dnpa code of ethics.

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July 22nd 2022, 11:27 am
Amitesh Kumar
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