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KOLKATA: A day after the Trinamool Congress supremo Mamata Banerjee indicated that she was open to working with Jayalalithaa, the AIADMK chief today telephoned her and was stated to have discussed the upcoming general elections.
The Tamil Nadu Chief Minister rang up Banerjee in the morning and shared views on the upcoming Lok Sabha election, sources close to the development said.

Details of the conversation were, however, not known.

The West Bengal Chief Minister had yesterday said that she had no problem working with Jayalalithaa if she became the Prime Minister after the elections.

“I have no problem. I don’t bother about the chair, I care for the people,” Banerjee told a news channel when asked whether she would give support to Jayalalithaa if she wanted to be the prime minister.–PTI

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