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TMC says it will play lead role in forming Central govt in 2019

PTI | Agartala |

Stating that a coalition government would take over at
the Centre after the 2019 elections, TMC leader Mukul Roy on Sunday claimed Mamata
Banerjee would become Prime Minister as his party would play a lead role in its
formation.

He also said his party looked set to to win 41 out of 42 Lok Sabha seats in
West Bengal.

He was addressing an election rally in favour of the party nominee for the
Barjala Assembly constituency in Tripura.

“Both the CPI-M and the Congress will face yet another defeat in the 2019
Lok Sabha elecctions for their own mistakes. The BJP, which has so far failed
to put up a good show, will also meet the same fate,” he said.

Roy asserted that the people would not give 10 years to the BJP to rule the
country.

“The people are fuming over the performance of Modi led government and
will teach a lesson to it in the next general elections,” he felt.

“Laluji and Nitishji may manage to secure 20/25 seats while BJD is likely
to win 18/20 seats in the next Lok Sabha elections. DMK or AIDMK will secure
39/40 seats while Netaji or Mayawatiji may won 25/30 seats,” he predicted.

He continued: “It means Trinamool Congress will emerage as the largest
party after the 2019 general elections. And naturally, Mamata Banerjee will become the next Prime Minister.” 

In his speech, he also criticised banning of high value currency saying that it
has created a lot of problems for the common people.

Narendra Modi led government will not take any stern action against capitalists
as it was funded by them during the last elections, he added.