Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) leader Nawab Malik has ruled out the possibility of forming a third front in the country. No third front will be formed for Lok Sabha Election 2024. Nawab Malik has said that in the coming times, party chief Sharad Pawar will try to bring all non-BJP parties under the UPA. He said that efforts are being made to bring TMC supremo (TMC) and West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee also in the UPA.
During a press conference, NCP leader Nawab Malik said that there is no sign of the third front in the country. Efforts are being made vigorously to bring all the non-BJP parties under the UPA. It is noteworthy that earlier NCP supremo Sharad Pawar had a meeting with Trinamool Congress President and West Bengal CM Mamta Banerjee. Since then there were speculations that Mamta Banerjee may also join the UPA.
Let us tell you, the news of the tussle between the Congress and TMC of Mamata Banerjee, the most important constituent of the UPA, was in the headlines these days. On Twitter too, the leaders and workers of both parties have made a splash. TMC supremo Mamata Banerjee herself has also questioned the existence of the UPA. Congress has protested many times over his statement. Along with this, he has also mentioned the third front many times in gestures.
In such a situation, NCP leader Nawab Malik has said that NCP President Sharad Pawar is engaged in the exercise of bringing Mamata Banerjee to the UPA. Responding to a question whether Mamata Banerjee will be a part of UPA, Nawab Malik said that when Sharad Pawar can form the government in Maharashtra by bringing Shiv Sena and Congress together, then he can join non-BJP leaders and parties of the country also. He said that talks are on with Mamata Banerjee.
Malik said a strong alliance would be needed to oust the BJP from the Centre. In such a situation, it is necessary to bring non-BJP parties on one platform. He said that only a strong opposition can defeat BJP in the coming elections. In such a situation, the exercise of connecting Mamata with the UPA is going on. Obviously, the Lok Sabha elections are going to be held in 2024. Political parties are already engaged in the exercise of victory. In such a situation, it will be clear in the coming time whether Mamata will become a part of UPA or a third front will be formed.