On January 19, 22 opposition parties came together at a rally in Kolkata convened by West Bengal CM and TMC supremo Mamata Banerjee.
Stating that people have the least appetite for adulteration, Modi exuded confidence that the electorate would once again vote for a strong government.
Even if Congress and RJD resolve to contest for 12 and 20 seats respectively, it would be a tough task to distribute the rest eight seats among other allies.
The development, coming eight days after Upendra Kushwaha joined the Opposition Grand Alliance after resigning from the Union cabinet, may further compound the crises the five-year-old party is facing
Apparently unwilling to let the alliance run under the leadership of Yadav’s younger son, Tejashwi Yadav, Congress leaders want to come out of RJD’s shadow.