The CPI(M)-led Left Entrance and the Congress, which have entered into an electoral alliance for the approaching Meeting elections in West Bengal, will organise a mega joint rally at Kolkata in February or March, LF chairman Biman Bose stated right here on Thursday. Leaders of the LF and the Congress, who’ve been holding parleys recurrently on seat-sharing preparations, met for one more spherical of discussions throughout the day.
The events determined to collectively maintain a mega rally on the Brigade Parade Floor both in February or in March, Bose stated after the day’s assembly.
Bose, Chief of the Opposition within the outgoing Meeting Abdul Mannan of the Congress and different leaders participated within the discussions.
The Congress Excessive Command and the central management of constituent events of the Left Entrance have given a go-ahead to their state models for a seat-sharing association for the election to the 294-member meeting due in April-Might.
The LF and the Congress had contested the 2016 Meeting ballot within the state in a seat-sharing association, however the alliance had fallen aside after that and the Entrance and the Congress fought the 2019 Lok Sabha elections on their very own.
Within the 2016 Meeting elections, the LF-Congress alliance gained 76 seats, with the Congress successful 44 seats and the Entrance rising victorious in solely 32 constituencies.
The Left Entrance didn’t open its account in West Bengal within the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, whereas the Congress may handle to win two seats. The state has 44 Lok Sabha constituencies.