INDIA bloc set to convene on Dec 6, planning strategy for next LS polls

The meeting aims to finalise a cohesive plan to counter the BJP in the electoral battleground.

| Updated: 03 December, 2023 1:49 pm IST
INDIA bloc leaders to meet in Delhi on Dec 6 to chalk out strategy for LS polls

NEW DELHI: Leaders of the Opposition alliance INDIA are set to convene on December 6 at Congress president Mallikarjun Kharge’s residence in Delhi to strategise for the upcoming 2024 Lok Sabha elections, according to sources cited by PTI. The meeting aims to finalise a cohesive plan to counter the BJP in the electoral battleground.

As the vote-counting process unfolds in Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, and Telangana, with Mizoram results awaited on Monday, the Congress is keenly observing the outcomes before solidifying its subsequent strategies. The Opposition bloc, comprising at least 26 parties, has conducted three rounds of discussions in Patna, Bengaluru, and Mumbai.

In light of the Assembly elections temporarily halting general election preparations, the Opposition alliance is contemplating joint rallies in the lead-up to the crucial polls. This move underscores a concerted effort to present a united front against the BJP.

The alliance’s previous deliberations reflect a collaborative approach as they work towards a common goal – challenging the BJP’s dominance in the 2024 elections. With no unnecessary embellishments, the leaders are expected to engage in pragmatic discussions to formulate a robust strategy.

The political landscape is poised for heightened activity as the Opposition prepares to navigate the intricate dynamics of the upcoming electoral contest. As the INDIA alliance gears up for the December 6 meeting, political observers anticipate a focused and result-oriented approach in shaping the course of the 2024 Lok Sabha elections.

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