Miffed with the CPI(M) for announcing its candidates for 25 seats, the West Bengal Congress leadership Saturday unanimously asked the party high command to take a call on the issue of seat sharing with the Left Front.
"We have unanimously decided to leave it on the party high command to take a call on whether we should move forward with the seat sharing deal or fight alone in the state. A section of out-of-state leaders are not happy with the attitude of the CPI(M)," state Congress president Somen Mitra said.
According to the sources, the state Congress is not happy with the seats that were left for the party. Since the beginning of seat sharing talks between both the parties there have been several issues which had cropped up time and again.
The Congress later decided to leave those two seats for CPI(M) as it had won those two seats last time.
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