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Trinamool Congress

Trinamool Congress

Trinamool Congress

The All India Trinamool Congress was formed in West Bengal in 1997. This was formed in the split in the West Bengal unit of the Indian National Congress. Mamata Banerjee, the leader of the Congress Party, was leading the party to form the Trinamool Congress. The word ‘Trinamul’ means ‘the people at the lowest level’. The first name given to the Trinamool Congress was West Bengal. Later, it was renamed as India’s Trinamool Congress.
Since the late 1970s, Congress has been consistently anti-Congress and Left-wing governments. After the 1996 parliamentary election, the Congress has been weakened nationally. The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has gained strength. BJP The Congress was willing to soften the Left with anti-Tamil interests. By this approach of the Congress, there was divisiveness among the Congressmen of West Bengal. Two sects were there. They were a section of the Congress’s all-India political line and a section of the left wing that only made sense of the political situation prevailing in the state. The second section did not show strong opposition to the BJP. The second division was led by Mamata Banerjee, a prominent youth Congress leader from West Bengal. This factionalism moved into the split of the state Congress. In 1997, a new party, Trinamool Congress, led by Mamata Banerjee, was formed. The formation of this party was to represent minorities and ordinary people.

In the election

In the 1998 Lok Sabha elections, the Trinamool Congress did not agree with the BJP but had made an electoral understanding. In 1999, the alliance with the BJP faced elections.

It grew to become the main opposition party in West Bengal. The party has been able to demonstrate its presence in the state election in 2001. The main contest was in the election between the Left Front leader led by the Communist Party and the Trinamool Congress-led coalition. Since 2003, the Indian National Congress has emerged as a major opposition party in the state politics, particularly in panchayat elections. The Trinamul Congress has been weakening. The Trinamool Congress was not widely popularized outside West Bengal.

In 2004 Parliamentary Elections, Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) Sangma, a split-stricken party and a Trinamool Congress, worked as a Nationalist Trinamool Congress party. In the 2009 Lok Sabha elections, Trinamool Congress has 19 catches. In the 2011 Assembly elections, Bengal got elected to 182 seats. Mamata Banerjee became Chief Minister of West Bengal. Trinamool Congress is working to become a national party today. The party has seven legislators in Manipur today. There is 1 member in the Uttar Pradesh Assembly.

Nationalist Congress Party

Nationalist Congress Party

Nationalist Congress Party (Nationalist Congress Party): Nationalist Congress Party Nationalist Congress Party Sharad Pawar is a national party in India.

Formation of history

Sharad Pawar, who was expelled from the Congress due to Sonia Gandhi’s leadership, NCP was formed on May 25, 1999 by Sagma and Tariq Anwar. The NCP is the only political party in the country to form the women aged between 15 and 35 years. The name of the organization [citation needed] is called the Politician Girl Congress.

Influenced states

NCP has strong committees in Lakshadweep, Andaman and Nicobar Islands and other Union Territories throughout India, but Maharashtra is the strongest party. The Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) has emerged as the single largest party in Maharashtra with 72 MLAs. NCP-Congress Alliance has been ruling Maharashtra for 10 consecutive years. There were about 22 ministers in Maharashtra, including Deputy Chief Minister, Home, and Public Works. Ajit Pawar, RR Patil is the Deputy Chief Minister. The NCP-Congress alliance was in power in the state of Goa. NCP-Congress In the Meghalaya, NCC was the chief ministers of finance, including finance. NCP was the first in the UPA cabinet and the second in the center. Ministers of the party handled various ministries in two Ministries. During the second UPA government, there were 9 Lok Sabha members and seven Rajya Sabha members 16 MPs. More than 100 MLAs from different states The NCP had three Cabinet ministers in the second UPA government. Sharad Pawar, Frau Patel, and Tariq Anwar. There are currently six Lok Sabha members. Four from Maharashtra will get one seat each from Bihar and Lakshadweep. The NCP, which left the alliance with the Congress in the last assembly elections, was able to win 41 Assembly seats. The party has won more than 1 crore votes in the assembly polls. In the previous Lok Sabha election, the NCP also got more seats than the Congress.

The Nationalist Congress Party has been in power in hundreds of local bodies in the country including Lakshadweep. In Kerala, the CPI (M) is part of the Left Front. The NCP had a number of representatives in the Left Front government. In Kerala, the ruling party has two MLAs, including a minister. Elathoor from the constituency A. K. Nationalist Congress Party (NIC) is the youth organization of the Union Transport Ministry in Kerala’s Shri. The Nationalist Students Congress (NSC) is a student organization. The Nationalist Mahila Congress is the women’s wing and the National Labor Labor Congress worker.

State constituencies

After the death of Uzhavur Vijayan, the party’s national secretary was TP. The central committee was constituted as the state president of the NCP by Peethambaran Master. He will remain in office until the elections are held in December and elect a new president