Ashok Chavan: If an alliance is formed in the name of Congress Party India to unify the opposition parties and come to power in the 2024 elections, Modi is dethroned. Each party is leaving it giving different reasons. At the end of the election, only the Congress party will remain in that alliance. Recently, Nitish Kumar left India Kutami. He joined hands with the Bharatiya Janata Party to form the government in the state of Bihar. And Tata told Rashtriya Lok Dal India alliance in Uttar Pradesh. Teamed up with BJP. It also almost joined the NDA alliance. Arvind has signaled that he will contest alone in Punjab. Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee has made it clear that she will contest alone in West Bengal as well. Apart from the Congress, there are no major parties in that alliance. Even if there are leaders who can influence the masses, it does not seem to be there. While this is happening, another blow has been dealt to the Congress Party India family.
Former Maharashtra Chief Minister Ashok Chavan joined BJP on Tuesday. He resigned from the Congress party on Monday. He took a sensational decision as Sarat Pawar and Uddhav Thackeray did not give any assurance regarding seat allocation in Maharashtra. And after the resignation of Ashok Chavan, there was confusion in the Congress party.. He went to a huge rally and joined the BJP. According to reliable sources, Ashok is likely to be given Rajya Sabha seat by BJP. On the other hand, with Ashok's resignation, Maharashtra Congress in-charge Ramesh Chennithala called an urgent meeting. Ashok was accused of resigning from the Congress party for his political needs. He said that the Congress party made him the chief minister.. he left the party without even that gratitude. He said that as long as leaders like Ashok are gone, the Congress party is nothing. We will show our power in the parliamentary elections.
In the wake of Ashok's resignation, the Congress MLAs in Maharashtra are likely to follow him, say political analysts there. In the last assembly elections, Ashok worked hard to win more seats for the Congress party. Moreover, he played a key role in forming the coalition government along with Shiv Sena. But the coalition government collapsed at the very beginning. Moreover, the Ek Nath Shinde faction in the Shiv Sena supported the BJP and formed the government. At that time, Ashok Chavan complained against the Shiv Sena leaders, but the Congress party did not take any action. Since then, he has been angry with the leadership of the Congress party. Now they have come out of the party together. The media there is saying that more leaders are likely to join the BJP by the time of the elections.