'INDIA' Alliance Meeting / Tomorrow's meeting of India alliance postponed, this reason revealed

Zoom News : Dec 05, 2023, 06:15 PM
'INDIA' Alliance Meeting: The India Alliance meeting has been postponed. This meeting was to be held tomorrow on 6th December. There were reports of some important people not being able to attend the meeting, after which it has been decided to postpone the meeting for the time being. Let us tell you that the counting of votes for the assembly elections held in five states took place on Sunday and Monday. BJP got absolute majority in three out of five states. Whereas Congress has got absolute majority in Telangana, while ZPM has got absolute majority in Mizoram. On Sunday itself, Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge had called all the 28 opposition parties for a meeting. Let us tell you that this was going to be the fourth meeting of India Alliance.

Three meetings have already taken place

The election results of five states were also to be reviewed in this meeting. Even before this, three meetings of India Alliance have been held. The first meeting of the India Alliance was held in Patna. Bihar CM Nitish Kumar led this meeting. The first meeting of India Alliance was held on 23 June. After this, the second meeting of India Alliance was called in Bengaluru on 17-18 July. The full form of India Alliance was revealed in this meeting. Along with this, the third meeting of India Alliance was called in Mumbai between 31 August and 1 September. In this meeting, a strategy was prepared for the assembly elections to be held in the five states. Now the fourth meeting of India Alliance was to be held tomorrow i.e. on 6th December, which has been postponed.

Many big leaders were not attending the meeting

It is also believed that many big leaders were not going to attend this meeting, hence this meeting has been postponed. Leaders like Mamata Banerjee, Nitish Kumar and Akhilesh Yadav were not going to attend this meeting. It is also being said that some party leaders are angry with Congress disrespecting its constituents in the assembly elections. At the same time, no date has been given yet regarding when the next meeting of India Alliance will be held. In such a situation, it is being said that after the counting of votes in five states, everything is not going well in the alliance and the Indian alliance may have to suffer the consequences of this in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections also.

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