- Opposition parties competing with Congress
- Alliances are also active
- The NCP and the Trinamool Congress are gaining strength
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As Rahul Gandhi continues to pressure Congress to replace the BJP in the country, parties like the NPC and the Trinamool Congress are vying with Congress for influence. According to the New Indian Express, some congressional leaders have blamed Congress for the delay in decision-making within the party and the weakness of the party’s national leadership. It is in this context that the parties, including the PNC and Trinamool, are gaining traction.
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Congress fared poorly in recent elections in Kerala, West Bengal and Assam. The RJD, which has become the largest party in the state since the Bihar elections, also blames Congress for failing to come to power. Leaders complained that the BJP had won more seats thanks to Congress. Most of the congressional leaders in Assam and West Bengal have already joined Trinamool or the BJP. The party faces a similar crisis in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. At the same time, the Congress has a strong influence in Punjab, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Karnataka and Chhattisgarh.
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