Monday, October 2

The Lankan President asked Mamata Banerjee if she would take over the government of India.

Mamata Banerjee, the Chief Minister of Bengal, who is traveling to Spain to seek investment, had an impromptu meeting with Sri Lankan President Ranil Wickremesinghe at the Dubai airport. The conversation appeared to be focused on politics, and the President asked a crucial question that’s highly regarded by many.

“May I have a question for you,” Mr Wickremesinghe is heard saying in ‘an online clip,’ commenting on Ms Banerjee’s acceptance to lead the Opposition alliance.

“I’m completely taken aback,” said the Bengal Chief Minister, gesturing to herself. She then commented, “The people’s will is everything, so with their support, we can be in position (power) tomorrow.”

The Opposition Front INDIA is currently being controlled by a collectivist government and the prospect of it taking on Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s identity has been intriguing.

The Front leaders have remained silent, asserting that there are numerous individuals who meet the criteria and can be called upon at a later stage.

The leadership question has caused division among opposition fronts, as many leaders have not aligned themselves with the Congress, the largest national party in the group.

This time, the Congress has been putting itself in the back burner by leaving the balance of power to other figures like Ms Banerjee, her Bihar counterpart Nitish Kumar and Sharad Pawar and Uddhav Thackeray.

Mamata Banerjee was reportedly gifted a painting by Mr Wickremesinghe, as per sources.

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