Congress leader and the party's Goa polls in-charge P Chidambaram had earlier said that no 'concrete' offer but a mere suggestion for a pre-poll alliance with Congress was made by the TMC.
Stepping up barb against the Congress Party, the TMC leaders –Mahua Moitra (in charge of TMC Goa polls) and Sushmita Dev, took to Twitter, saying that their party was serious about defeating BJP in Go
The Congress had released its first list of eight candidates for the upcoming assembly elections in Goa last week, fielding former chief minister Digamber Kamat from the Margao constituency.
'Modi has no fear of anything--his party, MPs, CMs, ministers, the president, the vice president, judges, God or anyone else,' says the senior Congress leader said.
'Let us extend a cautious welcome. It is NOT yet a 'V' shaped recovery. The fine print will bear that out,' the former finance minister tweeted.
Five years after demonetisation, currency notes in circulation continue to rise albeit at a slower pace even as digital payments surge with more and more people embracing cashless payment modes.
Petrol and diesel prices witnessed a hike for the fifth consecutive day across the country on Sunday.
'If pluralism can be harnessed for the good of the world, can it not be harnessed for the good of India,' Chidambaram asked on Twitter.
Chidambaram on Thursday expressed confidence that his party will win the Goa Assembly elections due next year and also the next Lok Sabha polls in 2024.
Priyanka has been in detention for more than 30 hours and has not been produced before a judicial magistrate, he pointed out.
There are 24 department-related standing committees, which include 16 administered by the Lok Sabha Secretariat and eight by the Rajya Sabha Secretariat.
We have still some distance to go before the economy can be said to have achieved the pre-pandemic level, Congress leader P Chidambaram tweeted.
A senior Congress leader didn't rule out the possibility of Chidambaram holding pre-poll alliance talks during his visit.
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi alleged that the Modi government's privatisation plan was aimed at creating monopolies in key sectors which will kill jobs.
Chidambaram's remarks came a day after leaders of 19 opposition parties announced that they would organise joint protests across the country from September 20 to 30.