Congress wants to form an alliance with opposition parties to fight against BJP: Ashok Chavan

Ahead of Congress President Rahul Gandhi’s visit, the Former Maharashtra CM and state Congress President said that there is a need for a united opposition against the BJP

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Maharashtra Congress President Ashok Chavan on Friday said that if the opposition wants to keep BJP away from power in the upcoming elections in Maharashtra and the country, it should unite. He further added that the Congress is prepared to lead the like-minded parties.

Speaking at a press conference, Chavan along with other party workers discussed that if Congress should ally with like-minded parties or not. The meeting’s conclusion states the need for Congress to join with its opposition and to form a united opposition to defeat BJP. Chavan said that this meeting will be reported to the party’s president Rahul Gandhi. 

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In the meeting, along with Chavan, many other leaders were present including Deputy Speaker of Legislative Council Manikrao Thackeray, Former Minister Balasaheb Thorat, Harshvardhan Patil, Vijay Vadettiwar, MP Hussain Dilwai, Former MP Manikrao Jagtap, State general Secretary Ganesh Patil.

At the meeting of Congress Committee, the decision to ally with the opposition against BJP is unanimous and Congress is positive about the same.

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