Nobel laureate Amartya Sen claim Mamta Banerjee has potential to become the PM; Will play an important role in the Lok Sabha elections
Nobel laureate Amartya Sen has said that Mamata Banerjee has the potential to become the Prime Minister. Along with this, he has said that the role of regional parties will be important in the next Lok Sabha elections. At the same time, he has called Congress a weak party.
Nobel laureate Amartya Sen has claimed that West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has the potential to become the next prime minister, but it is yet to be proved whether Mamata Banerjee has the power to pull out the frustration of the people. Along with this, Amartya Sen has said that "It would be wrong to think that the upcoming 2024 Lok Sabha elections will be completely in favour of the BJP. The role of regional parties will be very important in this election. DMK is an important party and Mamta Banerjee's TMC So definitely important. Whereas Samajwadi Party also has some influence, can it be increased? I don't know about it.
Apart from this, Amartya Sen told Congress as a weak party and said that I do not know how much one can depend on Congress. However, he also said that only Congress can give an all-India vision, which no other party can. But there is a difference of opinion within Congress.
Amartya Sen, 89, while targeting the BJP, said that "BJP has narrowed the understanding of India only as Hindu India and Hindi speaking India in such a way that if there is no alternative to BJP in the country today, it is That would be sad."
Amartya Sen's comments come at a time when less than 15 months are left for the next Lok Sabha elections. The BJP and Prime Minister Narendra Modi are all set for a third term. Many leaders of the opposition are talking about forming a united front, but as of now, nothing seems to be happening for it. However, before the Lok Sabha elections, elections will be held in nine states including BJP-ruled Karnataka and Madhya Pradesh and Congress-ruled Chhattisgarh and Rajasthan in 2023.