National Conference President Farooq Abdullah. (file photo)
The year 2024 has arrived and with it the countdown for the biggest festival of democracy, the general elections, has also started. All the parties are trying to establish their credibility and win over their voters. This time the opposition has also decided to remove BJP from power, and all the opposition parties together have started the India Alliance to attack this fort of BJP.
But from the moment the alliance is formed, it is being assessed that this alliance is not stable and can break at any time. At least this is what BJP is trying to convey. But now an important leader of the opposition has given a big statement regarding this alliance. We are talking about Farooq Abdullah. National Conference President Farooq Abdullah has said that if there is no consensus on seat sharing soon, there is a threat to the ‘India’ alliance and some members may try to form a separate group.
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What did Farooq Abdullah say?
In a discussion with former Union Minister Kapil Sibal on his YouTube channel, the former Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir commented on the ‘India’ alliance. When he was asked a question about the lack of clarity on the seat-sharing arrangement in the alliance, Abdullah said that if we have to save the country, we will have to forget the differences and think about the country. He said that if the seat-sharing arrangement is not finalized then it could become a big threat to the alliance. This should be done in a time bound manner. It is possible that some parties may come together to form a separate alliance, which seems to me to be the biggest danger. there’s still time. We have to think about this as soon as possible.
‘The coming generation will not forgive us’
Abdullah further said that parties should ask for seats only where they have dominance and it is wrong to ask for seats where they are not effective. Democracy is not only in danger, even the coming generations will not forgive us. That challenge is before us. If we don’t put aside our egos and think together about how to save this country, I think it will be the biggest mistake on our part. Abdullah said that the alliance members recently met in a hotel in Delhi where it was agreed that there was not much time left to agree on the seats.
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‘One day Ram Rajya will come’
Abdullah said that last time Trinamool Congress (TMC) chief and West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee was not ready to share seats with the Left parties, but this time in the meeting she offered that the Left parties can contest from where With this they can win. Abdullah said that people are increasing differences by issuing statements against Mamata. He said that Ram Raj means equality for all. We are also waiting for the arrival of Ram Raj. Lord Ram was the Ram of the world and I hope that one day Ram Raj will come.