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Meaningful, winnable coalition alliance impossible without Congress: Jairam Ramesh
1/28/2023 11:06:35 PM

Early Times Report

Srinagar, Jan 28: Two days before the conclusion of the much-publicized Bharat Jodo Yatra of Rahul Gandhi the Congress on Saturday gave a clear and loud message to non-BJP parties that a meaningful and winnable coalition alliance is not possible without the pivot role of the party.
National general secretary and head of the communication department of Congress party Jairam Ramesh asserted that a meaningful and winnable coalition alliance against BJP must be pivoted around the Congress.
Giving a clear message to non-BJP parties, Jairam Ramesh said, “any opposition platform to defeat the BJP must be based on two realities”
“Reality number one is that Congress must be the pivot or fulcrum of any opposition platform without the Congress no opposition alliance is relevant or meaningful”, he said.
He further added that any opposition alliance must be based on constructive destructive agenda, not just a negative agenda of anti-BJPism or anti-governmentism.
While replying to the question regarding the denial of the Samajwadi Party, TMC, and BSP to join the concluding function of the Bharat Jodo Yatra at Srinagar on January 30, Jairam Ramesh said it was not a setback to the Congress party.
“Some political leaders have other occupations. For example, the president of Janta Dal (United) to whom I talked personally, is busy with an election campaign in Nagaland”, he said and added that the former Prime Minister and leader of Janta Dal (S) H D Devagodwa has written a letter full support and appreciation to Rahul Gandhi and expressed his inability to come personally to attend Srinagar function.
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