Ego of CPI(M) has eradicated it politically : Mamata
By Our Correspondent, 01/03/2018, KOLKATA

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee may be averse to the Left parties but she is worried about her situation in Tripura. She said that she could cooperate with  CPI(M) in their fight  against BJP.Mamta Banerjee said that the ruling CPM did not show any seriousness there so that the saffron party could be stopped. She said that instead of stopping CPM BJP in Tripura, it was only in opposing Trinamool Congress in West Bengal.In West Bengal, Mamata Banerjee's Trinamool Congress is against the Left, and she overthrew the rule of more than three decades of the Left.

She said, "If there was some seriousness on their side then the CPM which is in power in Tripura could get support from TMC. However, we are not strong there. 'During a discussion on West Bengal's official language (Second Amendment) Bill, 2018, in West Bengal assembly she said this while reacting to the heavy opposition of the Left. She said that CPI(M) left the place for BJP in Tripura.

Mamata Banerjee, while accusing the Leftists, said that the Left was never serious about opposing the BJP.She said that CPM has shown a lack of confidence and morale to fight against BJP. This led to BJP's help with the central leadership and administration to make its place there.She said how CPM was 'unable to protect itself'. She said that CPM's 'ego' has eradicated it politically.