However, the West Bengal Chief Minister was non-committal on joining the NDA

Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee on Wednesday claimed an anti-Congress wave sweeping across the country but declined to comment on whether her party would be part of a Narendra Modi-led government if it comes to power after Lok Sabha polls.

Asked whether there was a Modi wave, she said “there is an anti-Congress wave.”

“There is an anti-Congress wave in the country. Price rise has affected the common man. Prices of potato, onion and even salt have increased along with rise in prices of fertiliser and petroleum products,” she told reporters here.

Asked repeatedly whether she will support Mr. Modi after polls, she declined to make any comments. However, TMC sources said, the party could be open to aligning with regional parties after Lok Sabha polls but wants a common minimum programme to be worked out for that, party sources said here.

Sources close to Ms. Banerjee said “there should be a common minimum programme for such formation. All parties would sit together and decide on it.”

Ms. Banerjee also emphasised on stability saying “I am for economic stability, government stability, good governance and secularism.”