Opposition Meeting: In view of the Lok Sabha elections, a meeting of opposition parties engaged in formulating a strategy against the BJP was held in Bengaluru on Tuesday (July 18). In this, 26 parties including Congress, Trinamool Congress (TMC), Aam Aadmi Party, Nationalist Congress Party participated.
After the meeting, TMC Chief and West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee targeted the BJP. Raising slogans, he said, “What is ‘India’ between the BJP and the NDA? He claimed that ‘India’ Will win, BJP will lose.
What did Mamta Banerjee say?
TMC leader Mamta Banerjee said that you have heard the name of UPA earlier. Life be in danger. Be it Dalit, Muslim, Hindu or Manipur. The job of the government is to sell. He said that BJP is making a deal to buy democracy.
Actually 26 opposition parties named their alliance as ‘Indian National Developmental Inclusive Alliance (India)’ That is, the Indian National Developmental Inclusive Alliance.
Rahul Gandhi also mentioned about India?
Former Congress President Rahul Gandhi has named the new alliance of opposition parties as ‘Indian National Developmental Inclusive Alliance (India)’ Referring to the fight now between ‘India and Narendra Modi’ is between. There is no need to tell who will win.
He also said that whenever someone stands in front of India, there is no need to tell who wins.
What was discussed in the meeting?
Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge told after the meeting that a coordination committee of 11 members would be formed in the opposition alliance. The next meeting will be held in Mumbai, Maharashtra. The names of the members will be announced in this. We Lok Sabha elections There will be a common secretariat in Delhi to manage the campaign.
Which parties participated in the meeting?
Those who attended the meeting of the opposition parties included Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge, former President Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi. Whereas Mamata Banerjee from TMC, Chief Minister MK Stalin from DMK and Nitish Kumar from JDU participated.