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WB polls: Indian Secular Front desires to form Sanjukta Morcha govt

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WB polls: Indian Secular Front desires to form Sanjukta Morcha govt

WB polls: Indian Secular Front desires to form Sanjukta Morcha govt

Indian Secular Front leader Abbas Siddiqui desired to form government of Sanjukta Morcha in West Bengal and remove TMC and BJP.

He said that Congress denies having alliance with us but they don't think that way.

"We want to remove TMC and BJP and form a government which provides employment and shelter to the common man.

Congress denies having alliance with us but we don't think that.

We want Sanjukta Morcha to form govt and Congress workers to do better as they're struggling too.

If their leadership thinks differently, what can we do?" said Indian Secular Front leader Abbas Siddiqui.


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