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All You Need To Know About ‘INDIA’ for The 2024 Lok Sabha Elections

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During the opposition meeting held in Bengaluru, the decision was made to rebrand the alliance as INDIA, which stands for Indian National Developmental Inclusive Alliance. Congress president Mallikarjun Kharge announced that the alliance, previously known as UPA, had reached a consensus among the leaders of 26 parties to adopt the new name. 

Indian National Democratic Inclusive Alliance: Opposition names alliance  INDIA in run-up to 2024 elections - The Economic Times

Source: The Economic Times

Shiv Sena (UBT) leader Priyanka Chaturvedi tweeted that the upcoming 2024 political scenario would be a contest between Team INDIA and Team NDA. During the opposition meeting’s second day, Mallikarjun Kharge, in his opening speech, emphasized that their purpose was not to seek power for themselves but rather to safeguard the Constitution, democracy, secularism, and social justice. He acknowledged the presence of varying opinions among the opposition parties. 

Opposition alliance 'INDIA' to hold next meet in Mumbai; coordination  committee to be set up

Source: Money control


Kharge emphasized that the primary focus of the grand old party was not on attaining power or securing the position of Prime Minister. During a speech in Chennai, he stressed the importance of uniting against “divisive forces.” He stated that the Congress party was not making any claims regarding leadership positions and highlighted the party’s sacrifices in the pursuit of secularism, liberty, and freedom of expression.

UPA gets new name, next Opposition meeting to be held in Mumbai -  Highlights from 26 party meet in Bengaluru | Mint #AskBetterQuestions

Source: Mint

Sources reveal that during the meeting of opposition parties, Kharge expressed concerns regarding the plight of the common man and the middle class, who are enduring the effects of inflation. He also highlighted the issue of youth unemployment and voiced his apprehensions about the silent suppression of the rights of the underprivileged, including the poor, Dalits, tribals, and minorities.

UPA's name likely to be changed, say sources ahead of Bengaluru Opposition  meet - India Today

Source: India Today

In a scathing statement, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal criticized Prime Minister Modi, asserting that he had been granted a decade-long opportunity to govern the nation but had mismanaged nearly every sector. Kejriwal claimed that under Modi’s leadership, there had been a rise in social division and animosity among the people, while the economy had been plunged into chaos. He further lamented the escalating inflation rates and widespread unemployment across various industries. Kejriwal called upon the people of India to remove Modi from power, prompting the formation of a united front consisting of like-minded political parties.

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