Mamata Banerjee re-elected again as TMC chief unopposed

West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee was on Wednesday reappointed as the TMC executive, a top party official said.

The decision Trinamool Congress held its authoritative races following a hole of five years.

As indicated by TMC secretary general Partha Chatterjee, Banerjee was proclaimed chosen without a challenge as no other pioneer held nothing back.

“An aggregate of 48 proposers and seconders had submitted selections for Mamata Banerjee. As there could have been no other assignment for the post of director, Mamata Banerjee has been reappointed unopposed,” Chatterjee, the returning official for the hierarchical surveys, said.

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Mamata Banerjee hosted established the get-together in 1998 subsequent to splitting away from the Congress, and has headed it from that point onward.

After two ineffective endeavors at the hustings in the 2001 and 2006 get together surveys, the party came to control in 2011, overcoming the strong Left Front system, riding the peak of enormous public shock against the Communists.

It raged to drive for the third back to back term in May last year in the wake of stowing 213 out of the 294 seats in the state gathering.

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