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Updated On 24-11-2018 03:46:39 ISTUpdated On 24-11-20182018-11-23T22:16:55.683Z20-11-2018 2018-11-20T02:52:14.013Z - 2018-11-23T22:16:39.538Z - 24-11-2018
The West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee and his counterpart N Chandrababu Naidu on Monday had said that in a bid to save the nation all parties which were against the BJP are united.
Naidu met Mamata days after withdrawing the consent to the Central Bureau of Investigation, a move which was supported by her. Naidu alleged that the institutions like the CBI ED, ITD and RBI are under severe pressure from the Centre.
“We have the responsibility to save the nation, save democracy, save institutions. Democracy is in danger,” he said.
“We wanted to meet on November 22 earlier (but) because of the elections... We wanted to make it before the Parliament (winter) session.
Naidu wanted every party which opposed BJP to come together by forming an alliance. He also called for saving the country from BJP. N Chandrababu said that there would be a meeting in January where all opposition leaders are invited before the general elections.
N Chandrababu took the opportunity to take a jibe at the prime minister and said that they were all very senior to Narendra Modi. Both Mamata Banerjee and Chandrababu called for an alliance for the larger interest of the nation. They said that this is not the first time they have met to discuss the future of the nation.
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