JD(U)`s Third Front has no future, says Tariq
NCP leader and Union Minister Tariq Anwar on Saturday trashed the third front being propped by JD(U), Left parties and others saying that "it has no no future".
Katihar: NCP leader and Union Minister Tariq Anwar on Saturday trashed the third front being propped by JD(U), Left parties and others saying that "it has no no future".
"The proposed third or federal front has no no future as either of the Left Parties or TMC in West Bengal, AIADMK and DMK in Tamil Nadu and the SP and BSP will not come together on one platform," the Minister of State for Agriculture and Food Processing told reporters in reply to a question.
At same the time, it was quite possible that a third or federal front may take shape after the general elections depending on the numbers of the interested parties, Anwar said.
About Bihar, the NCP leader said that Congress, RJD, LJP and the NCP will contest the upcoming general elections together and the distribution of seats among the allies may be finalised over the next ten days.
The Union Minister said that his party has staked claim on Katihar and Ujiarpur parliamentary seats in Bihar.
Anwar, who was on a visit to his erstwhile parliamentary constituency, said that a central team will arrive here to work out a proposal to set up banana-based tissue culture centre in the the district.
The land acquisition process for the centre has commenced and the project will be come up an estimated cost of Rs. Two crore, he said.
Anwar said that the process for construction of a food park by a private company Amrapali Group of Industries has begun well where about 25,000 people from Katihar and other adjoining districts will get employment.