On Stage, ISF's Word Of Caution For Cong
The Morning Standard|March 01, 2021
A day after Congress leader Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury said his party was yet to forge an alliance with the newly formed Indian Secular Front (ISF) in West Bengal, ISF founder Abbas Siddiqui on Sunday made it clear that his party would not join hands with the grand old party if his demands are not met ahead of the Assembly polls.
Pranab Mondal

Proclaiming support for the Left Front (LS) and its allies in the state, Siddiqui, however, said Bengal will get the better of the BJP and “its B-team Mamata Banerjee” in the election. The ISF has sealed a seat-sharing agreement with the Left Front for the Assembly election, while talks with Congress are underway.

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