4 Dec 2023

Is Congress disheartened after setbacks in 3 states or will it fight back, what party said?

Facing setbacks in Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, and Rajasthan, the Congress party reflected on its defeats, noting that two decades earlier, it had experienced losses in these three states while securing victory only in Delhi. However, the party made a strong comeback in the 2004 Lok Sabha polls. Expressing hope and determination, the Congress announced its readiness for the upcoming general election.

Simultaneously, the Bharatiya Janata Party strengthened its dominance in the Hindi heartland by winning assembly seats in Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, and Chhattisgarh. In a notable development, the Congress also displaced the Bharat Rashtra Samiti in Telangana. This three-to-one outcome sets the stage and defines the mood for the 2024 Lok Sabha elections.

In a post on X, Jairam Ramesh, the Congress general secretary, recalled the events of exactly two decades ago when the party faced defeats in Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, and Rajasthan but swiftly rebounded, eventually becoming the largest party in the Lok Sabha polls and forming the central government.

Cong to prepare for LS polls with unwavering determination

Ramesh expressed the party's preparation for the forthcoming Lok Sabha elections with a combination of hope, confidence, and unwavering determination. He conveyed, 'Judega Bharat, Jeetega INDIA!' (India will unite, India will win!)

Following the Congress's victory in Telangana, Ramesh, in another post on X, highlighted the performance as a silver lining not just for the party but also for the people of the state. He emphasized the crucial role played by the Indian National Congress in the creation of Telangana as the 29th state of the Indian Union. Despite losing sight of its initial objectives over the past nine years, Ramesh asserted that a Congress government, soon to be established, would provide the state with a new direction.

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