Mamata willing to support, if Left brings no-confidence motion

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    West Bengal chief minister and the Trinamool Congress supremo Mamata Banerjee on Tuesday reached out to its arch-rival the Left parties saying that the TMC is ready to support even if the CPM or CPI bring the no-confidence motion during the winter session of the Parliament.

    Last week, the TMC had announced that it will come up with a no-trust motion and will seek support of both the BJP and the Left parties. Banerjee even called the Leader of Opposition in Lok Sabha, Sushma Swaraj for the BJP support.

    Soon after that CPI leader Gurudas Dasgupta came out in public saying that his party will support the move. On Monday, Banerjee called up Dasgupta to thank him for the support extended by CPI.
    “I told him that if CPM is not ready to support a no-confidence motion by us, let them or the CPI come up with that, we will extend support. I am ready to talk to anyone, to Biman Bose or can even go to the CPM office at Alimuddin street. If the issue is same, there is no objection to support their motion,” Banerjee said.

    The TMC supremo had faced criticism from the Congress for reaching out to the BJP. Responding to this, she said, “This is double-faced politics. They can do corruption and dacoit, but if we speak to the BJP, it is wrong. We want this anti-people government to be removed.”

    Now didi is trolling at the Centre level :troll:

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