New Delhi: Trinamool Congress on Thursday said that West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee did not break any decorum by making public the Congress's choices for the Presidential poll on Wednesday.
TMC MP Kunal Ghosh said that Congress president Sonia Gandhi did give the consent to Mamata to share the meeting information in the public.
"Mamata has not broken any decorum. Sonia gave consent to Mamata when she asked if she can tell the reporters what happened in the meeting. She also informed Sonia that she will tell the two names. There is also no change in the stand of Samajwadi Party," Ghosh said.
Congress on Thursday lashed out at Mamata saying her move of taking names in the media was unethical.
Congress on Thursday lashed out at Mamata saying her move of taking names in the media was unethical. "For a senior responsible leader to walk from serious discussions with UPA chairperson to a press conference and disclose names doesn't make political or ethical sense," Congress leader Ambika Soni said.