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Mamata Banerjee calls on M K Stalin, says development bigger than politics

Stalin said nothing was discussed about politics or polls, apparently hinting at the 2024 Lok Sabha election. The Tamil Nadu Chief Minister said Banerjee's visit was a "courtesy call"

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Press Trust of India  |  Chennai 



Mamata Banerjee
Mamata Banerjee

West Bengal Chief Minister called on her Tamil Nadu counterpart here on Wednesday and said development is bigger than .

Stalin said nothing was discussed about or polls, apparently hinting at the 2024 Lok Sabha election. The Tamil Nadu Chief Minister said Banerjee's visit was a "courtesy call".

He said he has accepted her invite to visit Kolkata as her guest. Following the about 20-minute meeting, the two leaders spoke to reporters.

Banerjee is here to attend a family function of West Bengal Governor La Ganesan on November 3. She called on Stalin at his Alwarpet residence here.

The West Bengal Chief Minister said, "when two political leaders are together, then we can talk something, what may not be political interest of the people, but there is something for development and other things also. I think development is bigger than political one." To a question, she said she was not inclined to make any comment about any political party.

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First Published: Wed, November 02 2022. 19:09 IST

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