Opposition meeting tomorrow to finalize presidential candidate; Mamta Banerjee angry, will not be involved?

Trinamool chief Mamata Banerjee is unlikely to attend the opposition meeting on June 21 to finalize her presidential candidate. Instead, the party’s national general secretary Abhishek Banerjee can attend the meeting. Ahead of the bypolls, Abhishek Banerjee will attend a one-day campaign program in Tripura on Monday, where a public meeting will also take place in the evening. According to the report, he will then travel to Delhi to attend the opposition meeting, which has been called by NCP chief Sharad Pawar.

Sources say the Trinamool leadership is upset with the way Banerjee was invited to the meeting without mentioning her. It is to be known that CM Mamta had called the first meeting on this matter at the Constitutional Club in New Delhi. Last week, opposition parties proposed the name of NCP chief Sharad Pawar. However, Pawar rejected it. After this the opposition decided to field another candidate for the presidency.

Farooq Abdullah also refused to be presidential candidate

On Saturday, National Conference president Farooq Abdullah had also turned down the offer to be a candidate. Abdullah thanked Mamata Banerjee for proposing his name, but said Jammu and Kashmir is at a critical juncture and her service is needed there. He said, “I am honored to propose my name on behalf of Mamta Banerjee Sahiba as a possible joint opposition candidate for the post of President of India. After proposing my name on behalf of Mamta didi, I There have been several calls from opposition leaders offering support.”

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The process of electing the new President will start from June 15.

The former Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir said that he believes that he still has a lot to do in active politics and he wants to do a lot in the service of Jammu and Kashmir and the country. He said that I want to withdraw my name for consideration with all due respect and will support the candidate of United Opposition. It is to be known that the process of election of the new President of India has started from 15th June. The last date for nominations is June 29 and voting, if required, will be held on July 18.

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