The chief minister of West Bengal, Arvind Kejriwal, met with his West Bengal counterpart, Mamata Banerjee on Friday, their first meeting after the recent assembly polls in five states.
The meeting lasted about half an hour, and the two leaders met at the official residence of TMC MP Abhishek Banerjee, Mamata's nephew.
Sources from TMC said it was a courtesy call.
During the meeting, Mamata congratulated Kejriwal on his party's resounding victory in the Punjab assembly elections.
The first meeting of the two leaders since the Trinamool Congress TMC and the Aam Aadmi Party AAP contested the recent assembly polls in Goa, fielding candidates against each other.
The parties were targeting each other in an effort to woo voters, with both outfits going solo to oust the BJP from the state.
The high-decibel campaign of the TMC could not help it open its account in the elections, but the Arvind Kejriwal-led party won two seats in Goa.