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Published on Sep 20, 2012
Today can only be described as Mamata Banerjee's day of reckoning. The TMC Chief and West Bengal Chief Minister's tumultuous three and half year relationship with the Congress has reached a point of no return. Though Mamata created a window for negotiations and gave the government 72 hours of notice, to agree to her demands of a cut in diesel prices, an increase in the cap on subsidised LPG cylinders and a roll back in FDI in multi-brand retail, no concessions were offered. The fact that the new retail guidelines were notified hours after she said she was sticking to her schedule for exiting the UPA, is a clear message that the coalition is resigned to a future without her.