To help realise the national ambition, election strategist Prashant Kishor has been working with the party on a long-term basis.
Kharge said that the people of Kalaburagi believed the lies of BJP rather than trusting him while exercising their franchise.
Effort being made for Mamata-led confederation of regional parties to oust BJP from Centre: Akhil Gogoi
The Raijor Dal MLA Akhil Gogoi said the initiative for the formation of the confederation of regional forces was also for federalism.
The information was denied to the activist citing section 8 (1)(d) of the RTI Act which allows exemption of information pertaining to commercial confidence from disclosure.
Hinting at 2024 Lok Sabha polls, Mamata Banerjee says entire country to witness 'khela' in near future
The TMC supremo also said that Bengal will take pride in showing India the way.
The TMC chief said ‘Khela’ (game) will happen in all other states in the 2024 elections until the BJP government is derailed.
Though the central Congress leadership had appointed Sudhakaran on June 8, he decided to take charge after meeting senior party leaders in person.
'Political strategist Prashant Kishor is well-versed with the data and statistics....During their three-hour long deliberations, this surely has come up for consideration,' Nawab Malik said.
Mamata Banerjee will now try to galvanise other parties to fight against the saffron brigade in the 2024 Lok Sabha polls.
Political power pivots on mission with vision. When Election Commission’s mission is omission, emissions of doubt cloud people’s faith in democratic institutions.
The team will interact with party workers and residents and submit a report to the Congress President later this week.
The AAP suffered a crushing defeat in the Lok Sabha polls and won just one out of over 40 seats on which it fielded its candidates.
Pawar said the Opposition parties should move on now and take steps to see how the Maharashtra Assembly polls could be won.
Dwivedi said that only 2 to 3 per cent of EVMs developed technical glitches during polling, which were rectified promptly.
Elected from Aruku seat, Madhavi is also one of the poorest members of the Lower House with declared assets worth a little over Rs 2 lakh.