The ruling Left front, which had expected an impressive victory, could win only one seat as the opposition Congress-UDF swept the April 23 election.
In West Bengal, a state ruled by the Left Front for 34 years, a majority of the exit polls have given no seats to it, which could mean the worst ever performance of the front in the state.
Kannur is not among the sitting seats which the combine is expected to retain, according to the state secretariat
Lok Sabha elections 2019: Left Front finds itself in choppy waters after failed alliance talks with Congress
The LF, which secured around 29.5 per cent of the votes in the 2014 Lok Sabha election, winning two of the state's 42 seats, saw its vote share come down to 24 per cent two years later.
After realising their mistake, they are trying to rectify it by not declaring candidates in four seats.
The two seats for which the Left Front announced its candidates are Jangipur and Malda North -- two of the four Lok Sabha seats that the Congress had won.
West Bengal Left Front Committee chairman Biman Bose has given the Congress an ultimatum of 24 hours till 4.30 pm on Wednesday to reconsider its stance on the seat-sharing agreement.
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The Left Front will wait and see whether the Congress announces candidates for Raiganj and Murshidabad Lok Sabha seats which the Left had won in the 2014 elections.
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CPI(M) state secretary Surya Kanta Mishra said he will not make any comment until and unless he gets to know anything official from the Congress.
West Bengal Left Front Committee on Friday declared its candidate list for 25 of the 42 Lok Sabha constituencies in the state.
This comes in the backdrop of the state leadership of both the Congress and the CPI (M) in West Bengal pushing for a tactical tie-up.
The TTAADC comprises two-third of the state's territory and is home to the tribals, who constitute a third of the state's population.
The Front has also promised to implement reservation policies in the private sector.
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Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan will inaugurate the meeting on October 16 at Putharikandam Ground in the state capital.