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The full form of TMC is All India Trinamool Congress abbreviated as TMC. It is an Indian political party predominantly active in West Bengal and is the fourth-largest party in the Lok Sabha with 20 seats. The founder of the TMC Is the current Chief Minister of West Bengal Mamata Banerjee. Since the inception, TMC is known for anti-communist movements in West Bengal.

History

Having been a member of the Indian national for 26 years, Ahmedabad's busy being with the Election Commission of India in mid-1977. The Election Commission put a special symbol of Jora to contest the elections. 2 The Election Commission had voted in the election of the Election Commission. Founded by Mamata Banerjee in January 1998, the All India Trinamool Congress (AITMC), popularly known as the Trinamool Congress or AITMC, is a national political party. It defeated the 34-year rule of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) or CPIM to form the current government in the 2011 assembly elections in the state of West Bengal. The AITMC, which is a separate faction of the Indian National Congress, holds a centre-left political position with political ideologies of secularism and populism. AITMC is the brainchild of Mamata Banerjee. After being a member of the Congress for two decades, Banerjee formed her own party in 1998, as approved by the Election Commission of India. The AITMC allied with the BJP in 1999 in the NDA alliance at the Centre. Mamata Banerjee was allotted the Railway Ministry during the NDA regime, but she resigned within a short period of time after parting ways with the NDA. In the 2009 general elections, the AITMC formed an alliance with the Congress in the UPA alliance. However, due to the "anti-people" policies of the Congress-led UPA government, such as introducing FDI in retail, disinvestment of profit-making PSUs and a hike in the price of diesel, AITMC ties up with the United Progressive Alliance (UPA). broke. ) Govt in September 2012. AITMC is the sixth largest political party in the Lok Sabha with a total of nineteen seats. Its presence is visible not only in the state of West Bengal, but also in other states such as Tripura, Manipur and Arunachal Pradesh, where it has a significant number of MLAs in the Legislative Assemblies of these respective states. In the state assemblies of Assam and Uttar Pradesh, the AITMC has one MLA each. It derives its mass base mainly from the states of West Bengal and Manipur.

Election Symbol and its Significance

The election symbol of AITMC, as approved by the Election Commission of India, is "twin flowers in the grass". This particular symbol is called by the word Jora Ghas Phool (meaning grass and two flowers) in West Bengal. The emblem has all the colors of the Indian flag and its political slogan 'Maa Mati Manush' (Motherland and People) highlights its importance. The AITMC symbol of flowers and grass represents our nation, motherhood or the essence of the country. Here 'Mati' or 'Motherland' signifies mother or 'mother'. The people who reside in the motherland are called 'Manush'. AITMC is a political party which stands for the downtrodden sections of the society. The political slogan of the AITMC became its war-slogan in the 2011 state assembly elections. The simple flowers used in the emblem indicate that the AITMC is in support of those sections of the society which are clearly unimportant and oppressed.