The broad opposition alliance is strengthened; Sharad Pawar speaks to Congress and left-wing parties

Mumbai: The broad opposition alliance led by NCP Chairman Sharad Pawar and Yashwant Sinha, who left the BJP and joined the Trinamool Congress, is getting stronger. After the meeting with the leader of Congress Kamal Nath, a discussion took place between the leaders of the Congress and the leaders of the left. There are unconfirmed reports that political parties are holding political talks about the upcoming assembly elections.

At the same time, the leaders, including Yashwant Sinha, explain that there is no political discussion, only the exchange of opinions and ideas. However, Pawar himself had said that the talks were politically motivated and would not proceed without Congress joining. Congressional leaders are also actively exiting after the opposition meeting held in Mumbai last day without any Congressional leaders.

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The meeting was held under the auspices of Yashwant Sinha’s Rashtriya Manch. But with the arrival of opposition parties other than Congress, the organizers are of the opinion that this should not be misinterpreted as a move towards the Third Front. In addition to Congress, the leaders are also speaking to the left parties.

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The possibility of a new alliance emerged after non-BJP parties won a landslide victory in Assembly elections in states like West Bengal. Such rumors abounded when Prashant Kishore, who has been campaigning for the Trinamool Congress and the DMK in Tamil Nadu, met with Sharad Pawar in Mumbai. Prashant Kishore is also closely associated with the Congressional leadership in Punjab.

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