Omar Abdullah, a former chief minister of Jammu and Kashmir, arrived at a hotel to attend an India bloc meeting. He claimed that the Modi government has been spreading misinformation about Jammu and Kashmir by holding G20 meetings there while also claiming that the situation in the valley is abnormal.
Omar Abdullah, vice president of the National Conference, stated today that the India alliance does not need to announce a candidate for prime minister.
He was speaking with the local press. Omar came here to attend the India Alliance Summit. I don’t think we need to announce the Prime Minister’s face, if you ask me. The choice would be decided after the elections, said the former Chief Minister of JandK: “Let the elections take place; let us get the majority.”
He said that there ought to be a convener for the gathering. We cannot continue to hold meetings every two months in this manner, so I believe a working group is also required. It will undoubtedly be effective, in my opinion, if meetings are held more frequently by creating a working group, Omar continued.
The leaders of various well-known political parties gathered for the third session of the opposition’s India coalition, which is attempting to unseat the ruling BJP at the federal level, on the evening of Thursday in Mumbai.
“Mallikarjun Kharge, the president of the Congress, Sonia Gandhi, Rahul Gandhi, Sharad Pawar, the leader of the NCP, and Uddhav Thackeray, the leader of the Shiv Sena (UBT), are among those present at the meeting”, according to a report.
“The Indian parties decided to run in the next Lok Sabha elections as closely as they could. The seat-sharing agreements in various states will be started right away and finished as soon as possible in a cooperative spirit of give and take”, according to a tweet on the official Twitter account of Congress.
Today (September 1), an official meeting of the Indian National Developmental Inclusive Alliance (I.N.D.I.A.) is being held in Mumbai. Topics up for discourse include seat sharing, the formation of a joint coordination committee, and the plan for the five-day Special Session of Parliament.
The development of the coordination panel, which will be helpful in simplifying conversations for the I.N.D.I.A. bloc, will be discussed during today’s meeting. Along with the coordination panel, the leaders will talk about how they can present a united front for the I.N.D.I.A. bloc during the forthcoming Special Session of Parliament, according to the source.
At the conference in Mumbai, the opposition group announced that they will work together on their individual communications, media, and campaign plans under the theme Judega Bharat, Jiteega India in several languages.
The source responded, “Yes, the seat-sharing issue will also be discussed in detail on what will be its format and how it will be decided; for example, in the seats or states where the regional parties are big and strong, then the Congress needs to back off.” when asked if there would be discussions about seat sharing. The insider clarified that the seats will not be decided but that all leaders must realise that in order to bring down the BJP, the rift in the party must be stopped.