Kolkata, Mar 2 (PTI) The Left Front on Monday said
that it was working with alliance partners Congress and Abbas
Siddiqui-led ISF to iron out the differences over seat-sharing
for the assembly elections in West Bengal.
Left Front chairman Biman Bose said talks will be held
between the three sides to sort out the issues.
Addressing a press conference, state Congress
president Adhir Chowdhury said the seat-sharing talks were
initially held between his party and the Left but the
equations changed after ISF came into the picture.
“Initially, it was only the Left and the Congress so
the seat adjustment was done in a particular manner. At first,
we had sought 130 seats. Now, we have another party in our
Sanjyukta Morcha (United Front). So the equations changed. We
now have 92 seats, and few more seats are being discussed,” he
Bose cautioned Siddiqui over speaking out against the
Congress, saying it was not the way to talk when in an
“There will be a meeting on Tuesday, and we will
settle all the issues,” a senior Left leader said.
The ISF said that they are hopeful that the issues
will be resolved at the meeting.
“We are hopeful that everything will be sorted out
soon,” ISF chairman Naushad Siddiqui said. PTI PNT
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