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Mamata Banerjee to meet PM Modi on November 24

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee will meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi on November 24. Mamta Banerjee’s visit to Delhi before the Parliament session considered very importantly.

Mamata Banerjee to meet PM Modi on November 24

The winter session of Parliament scheduled for November 29. But even before that, the round of meetings of the leaders of the opposition is starting. West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee is going to reach Delhi on a three-day visit just before the winter session. Banerjee will be in Delhi from November 22 to November 25. On this tour, Mamta can meet many senior leaders of the opposition including PM Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah. In Delhi, Mamta can also meet BJP MP, Varun Gandhi.

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Mamta Banerjee said about the Delhi tour

I will meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi during my visit to Delhi. Will raise the issue of expansion of BSF’s jurisdiction. Let us inform you that TMC workers have accused themselves of attack in Tripura. He alleges that after entering a police station in Agartala, Tripura, BJP workers beat him fiercely. Inside the police station, BJP workers beat him with sticks and sticks in front of the Tripura Police, and stones also pelted at him.

May meet Varun Gandhi

According to media reports, Mamta Banerjee can also meet BJP MP Varun Gandhi during her Delhi tour. There are discussions that Varun Gandhi may leave the BJP and join TMC. Recently, Varun Gandhi and his mother Maneka Gandhi thrown out of the party’s national working committee. In view of the Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Tripura, Uttarakhand assembly elections, this visit of Mamta Banerjee considered very importantly. Banerjee continuously engaged in uniting the opposition for the last several months. It is believed that this time she going on a tour of Delhi for the purpose of formulating a strategy on many issues including agricultural laws.

It is known that before the Parliament session, Mamata Banerjee’s three-day visit to Delhi considered very important. It believed that after the withdrawal of the three agricultural laws, she will try to unite the opposition to lay siege to the government on many more issues, including the rights of the BSF. At the same time, after the announcement of the withdrawal of agricultural laws, the opposition has once again got the issue of laying siege to the government in Parliament. According to information received from sources, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee can meet other leaders of the opposition apart from the top Congress leaders.

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