Having Learnt Hard Message Mamata Banerjee Opts To Skip VC Polls?

Fri Jul 22 2022 14:11:57 GMT+0530 (IST)

The recently held Presidential polls are a big success for the Bharatiya Janata Party's National Democratic Alliance (NDA). No matter how hard the opposition parties tried, the saffron party tasted success, and its candidate Draupadi Murmu emerged victorious in the polls. She became the first ST candidate to make it to the highest office in the country.

The polls episode showed one thing that though the opposition parties have on aim which is to defeat the saffron party, they cannot as there is no co-ordinance among them. The issues they had with each other is a big setback for them.

Though it is the defeat of the opposition parties, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee is facing the burn as she could not do anything despite her state having one of the highest MP seats in the country.

Looks like Mamata Benerjee has learned a tough lesson with the President Polls and that's why she doesn't want to participate in the Vice-President polls. A party leader said that time talking to the reports the other day.

Abhijit Banerjee, who happens to be the nephew of the Chief Minister of West Bengal Mamata Banerjee said the same. He said that the TMC will not participate in the upcoming Vice-Presidential polls.

In the Presidential polls, the BJP's mind game worked well and a few opposition parties like Shiv Sena and Jharkhand Mukti Morcha voted for Draupadi Murmu as she is the first ST candidate to have contested for the President post in India.

Since the general election win in West Bengal, Mamata Benerjee has been projecting herself as a strong leader who can take on the mighty BJP. But the Presidential polls dented her hopes and image.

The forthcoming Vice-President polls are also going to be the same and the BJP has a high chance of winning the polls. The BJP has good strength in the Parliament and the friendly parties will support its candidate.

Not in the mood to lose the image she had built with the landslide victory in West Bengal, Mamata Banerjee might have decided to stay out of the polls. Bringing all the opposition parties under one roof is going to be a big task now.