Sources said Noor and Banerjee had met recently and it is likely that the two-time Congress MP from Malda (North) will join the decision party in the state. The Congress MP couldn’t be gone after remark.
A senior TMC pioneer stated, “This is a vital move for the state. Barkat da was synonymous with the zone and nobody has supported the zone than him. In any case, now, even his relatives are understanding that the main seek after the state is in the Trinamool Congress.”
Noor upholding for a constituent coalition with the TMC to check the impact of the BJP in the state hadn’t run down well with Congress state president Somen Mitra. “The BJP is honing public governmental issues in various parts of the nation and to keep it down a union with Trinamool Congress is essential,” Noor had said.
Mitra had, notwithstanding, countered, “Neither Mausam nor I will accept the last approach the issue… The AICC will take an official conclusion.”
The likelihood of Noor leaving couldn’t possess come at a more terrible energy for the Congress in Bengal. In October a year ago, the Congress central leadership had requested that the state Congress “go simple on scrutinizing Mamata Banerjee” with a stupendous coalition on their brains. In any case, with such a coalition apparently progressively impossible before surveys, the Congress is currently endeavoring to bond its place in the state while BJP is hoping to profit by the empty space abandoned by a devastated Left.
In the majority of this, Malda is vital, a customary Congress bastion that endure both the 2011 and 2016 Trinamool wave. Be that as it may, in the previous year, the Trinamool Congress has made noteworthy advances amid the panchayat races in the region, including at Sujapur under Kaliachak Assembly — Noor’s home turf.
After Mitra had supplanted Adhir Chowdhury as the PCC boss, Mitra had gauged the advantages and cost of aligning with the Trinamool versus the Left. “A partnership with the TMC would profit the gathering for the time being, yet in the long haul it would destroy the organsaition,” said a Congress pioneer, including that a conceivable collusion with the Left was not off-the-cards.