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Published on Jan 8, 2012
In a debate moderated by TIMES NOW's Editor-in-Chief Arnab Goswami, panelists -- Sukhendu Shekar RoyRajya Sabha, MP, TMC and Deepa Das Munshi, MP, Congress -- discuss the issue whether the allegations and the counter allegations between the Cong & TMC reached a point of no return .A strain in Congress-Trinamool ties came to fore on the Lokpal issue in which Banerjee's party strongly opposed the bill's passage in the Rajya Sabha. The Indira Bhavan renaming issue saw the differences between the two allies reaching a flashpoint even as the Congress has been maintaining that there was no rift. Congress today (Jan 5) sought to mollify ally Mamata Banerjee by describing remarks of its West Bengal leaders against her party as "individual" views and expressed confidence that there was "nothing wrong" with the alliance. Asked about party MP Deepa Dasmunshi's caustic observation that Trinamool Congress is acting as the 'B' team of the CPI-M, Cong party spokesperson Rashid Alvi said, "the views expressed by some people are their individuals opinions. The party's stand is what the spokesperson says." Download the Times Now India's Election HQ app and get all the election info at one go. Click here: http://bit.ly/1iwcRBr Social Media Links :-