CPM, Cong to join hands to pin down govt in Assembly
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The CPM and Congress are likely to coordinate with each other on floor strategy in the Assembly, which convenes for winter session on Friday. Both the parties are likely to take on the government over various issues, particlualry law and order and are expected to move resolutions in the House.
"From law and order to health and education, the Trinamool Congress government has failed abysmally,'' said Mohammad Sohrab, Leader of Congress Legislature Party (CLP), who will meet CPM's Abdur Rezzaq Mollah on Friday to discuss floor strategy. "We have a great opportunity to embarrass the government and we will make the most of it," said a Congress leader.
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