30 May 2024

Lok Sabha Election 2024: Key meeting of India Alliance after last phase of voting, why did Mamata Banerjee and KCR distance themselves..?

Lok Sabha Election 2024: The concluding phase of voting for the Lok Sabha elections is scheduled for June 1. Following the voting process, leaders of the India Alliance will convene in Delhi on the same day. However, West Bengal Chief Minister and TMC chief Mamata Banerjee will not be present at this gathering. Mamata has once again distanced herself from the India Alliance in Bengal. 

Even prior to the Lok Sabha elections, Mamata Banerjee was absent from several meetings of the India Block. Nonetheless, Mamata Banerjee released a statement emphasizing that her primary focus in cyclone-affected West Bengal is on relief efforts, which is why she will not be traveling to Delhi.

Mamata's big political message?

But from a political point of view, this decision of Mamata is being considered a big political message. Political analysts suggest that Mamata Banerjee, the leader of the TMC, may have already anticipated the election outcomes. Consequently, she appears to be adopting a cautious approach at the moment. 

The ongoing elections in West Bengal have seen high voter turnout across the six phases, leading the BJP to project a strong chance of victory. Reports indicate that during the upcoming meeting on June 1, leaders of the India Block will likely discuss potential candidates for the position of Prime Minister and devise political strategies post-election results. Additionally, discussions may involve seeking new allies for the India Alliance.

Opposition leaders will brainstorm on strategy after election

Samajwadi Party President and former UP CM Akhilesh Yadav will attend the meeting of Alliance India to be held on June 1. In this meeting, the opposition leaders will brainstorm on the strategy after the election. If sources are to be believed, SP President Akhilesh Yadav can take charge of persuading Mamata Banerjee and KCR. 

Kalvakuntla Chandrashekar Rao, frequently known by his initials KCR,  serves as the leader of the opposition in the Telangana Legislative Assembly. He is the founder and leader of the Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS).

Alliance hopes to win 35 seats in UP

Leaders of the India Alliance are optimistic about their chances of forming the central government in the upcoming elections. It is anticipated that the India Alliance may garner support from TMC and Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS). 

Strategists within the India Alliance are of the opinion that the alliance has received stronger voter support than anticipated in Uttar Pradesh, which holds the highest number of seats in the elections. As a result, they are confident of securing more than 35 seats in UP. Leaders highlight a shift in the BJP's focus, noting that while the party previously emphasized topics like temples and religion, it is now compelled to address issues such as the constitution, reservation, and unemployment.

Kejriwal will go to jail on 2nd, alliance meeting before that

The India Alliance is evaluating its strategic achievements in the elections, which is why a meeting has been scheduled in Delhi before Aam Aadmi Party convener and Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal returns to Tihar Jail on June 2nd.

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