‘Alliance between Akhilesh Yadav’s party and Congress in UP almost fixed and in Bengal…’, JDU statement

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Lok Sabha Elections 2024: Opposition parties are trying their best to unite for the Lok Sabha elections. A general meeting of the opposition parties was also held on June 23 in Patna, the capital of Bihar. The opposition termed it as a historic meeting. Now JDU’s national spokesperson KC Tyagi talked to ABP News about the strategy made in the meeting.

KC Tyagi claims that a strategy has been chalked out to field a candidate from the opposition against a BJP candidate for 450 seats. Tyagi named a dozen states and told where a common candidate would contest against the BJP. He said, “The alliance of TMC and Congress in West Bengal and SP and Congress in Uttar Pradesh is almost certain.”

Which states are included

Tyagi told that it includes more than a dozen states including Bihar, Jharkhand, West Bengal, Assam, all the seats of North East, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh. He said, “The trend in the 2014 and 2019 Lok Sabha elections was in favor of the BJP, but this time it will not happen. There is a lot of disappointment about the present government in a large section of the public.

These parties were not invited

Tyagi said, “The kind of trend that was in favor of the BJP in the 2014 and 2019 Lok Sabha elections will not happen this time. There is a lot of disappointment about the present government in a large section of the public. KC Tyagi said, “We are happy that Leaders of maximum political parties attended this meeting. We did not invite BJD, YSR, KDP and BRS.”

‘All those called were present’

He said, “Such propaganda is wrong that these parties did not attend the meeting. None of our invitations went to these parties and almost all the parties which were invited were present in the meeting. They have a strong position in about 450 Lok Sabha seats. In these seats, we are almost in agreement on the decision of BJP to field one candidate against another.”

What did you say about you?

Regarding the Aam Aadmi Party, he said, “The meeting of the opposition parties was not a meeting of any one party but of the leaders of different political parties, so the agenda of any one party is not kept in it. On the common agenda of different political parties Discussions happen. I would advise Arvind Kejriwal and his party leaders not to make any statement in haste at the moment.”

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