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Assam: TMC aims for four seats, AAP targets five Lok Sabha seats

Ripun Bora, the president of the Trinamool Congress in Assam, in a meeting with state office bearers of all opposition parties of “United Opposition Forum, Assam” held at Dhubri, declared that his party is seeking at least four Lok Sabha seats in the state from the INDIA bloc.

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In the Assam’s Lok Sabha elections of 2024, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and the Trinamool Congress (TMC) intend to win four-five seats. 

On Wednesday, Ripun Bora, the president of the Trinamool Congress in Assam, in a meeting with state office bearers of all opposition parties of “United Opposition Forum, Assam” held at Dhubri, declared that his party is seeking at least four Lok Sabha seats in the state from the INDIA bloc.

In an interview with the press, Bora stated, “The seat-sharing agreement has been going on and is in its final stage…however, the final call on the seat sharing will be taken by the national leaders of the INDI bloc and the framework has been completed at the state level.”

Speaking about his demand for seat sharing, the leader of the TMC claimed that while each party is vying for seats—the APP for five, the TMC for four, the CPI(M) for one, and the AJP for one again—we will all have to agree when the Central Committee in Delhi makes its final decision.

TMC reportedly has its sights set on the Lok Sabha seats of Dhubri, Lakhimpur, Kokrajhar, and Karimganj.

According to Bora, the Trinamool Congress has strong support from the state’s citizens and can perform well in these four seats.

Bora declared, “We will fight to the very end for the Karimganj Lok Sabha seat.”

Bora posted on X (Formerly Twitter), “Participated in an important meeting with state office bearers of all opposition parties of “United Opposition Forum, Assam” held at Dhubri.

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