The next meeting of leaders of opposition parties was to be held in Shimla on July 10 to chalk out a strategy against the BJP in the Lok Sabha elections. But NCP chief Sharad Pawar announced a new change. Sharad Pawar told that the next meeting of the leaders of the opposition parties will be held in Bengaluru on July 13 and 14.
At the meeting of opposition parties held in Patna, all the major parties unitedly agreed to fight the war of 2024. But even after this meeting, there is a big difference between the work and the verbal claims of any parties. In the next meeting where the name of the leader of the opposition parties will be discussed, many other issues will be seriously discussed.
Targeting the Modi government, NCP chief Sharad Pawar said that PM, Modi is restless after the meeting of opposition parties held in Patna on June 23. Sharad Pawar had said on Monday that there was no discussion on the post of Prime Minister in the meeting. Pawar asked why the BJP was worried about the conference. He claimed that the BJP lacked political maturity.
After the meeting on June 23, Bihar CM Nitish Kumar said that he had a good meeting with all the leaders. All the opposition parties have decided to fight the elections together. About 15 parties participated in this meeting. There has been some rift between the AAP and the Congress party regarding the Delhi ordinance. The AAP issued a statement saying that the meeting in which Congress will be present. We will not be present at that meeting.