Rift is forming in the India alliance?

Seat sharing in Maharashtra-Bihar has not been decided yet, whereas in UP, Akhilesh Yadav is changing his candidates. Political temperatures are high regarding this.

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The nomination phase for the first phase of Lok Sabha elections is over, voting will take place on April 19. In such a situation, be it the ruling party or the opposition camp, everyone is busy giving the final touch to their preparations. The plan of the ruling BJP at the center seems clear. They are continuously releasing the list of candidates. On the other hand, the Indian alliance of opposition parties still seems to be stuck in the seat sharing formula. Especially in Bihar and Maharashtra, there are reports of conflict between the Indi Alliance (Indian National Developmental Inclusive Alliance).

Sharad Pawar and other leaders’ statements

This was revealed when Sharad Pawar made a big comment about his allies in Maharashtra. Sharad Pawar said that the allies are not maintaining the alliance. On the other hand, RJD supremo Lalu Yadav has increased the tension of Congress in Bihar, he is continuously distributing symbols. On the other hand, talking about Uttar Pradesh, Samajwadi Party, which is included in the India Alliance, also seems to be in a dilemma regarding the selection of candidates. That is why after declaring the candidates in Moradabad and Noida parliamentary constituencies, they were changed. Looking at these political developments, questions are being raised that will the Indi Alliance, formed with the planning to stop BJP’s hat-trick, be able to unite and present its claim?

Why is there a ruckus in INDI Alliance in Maharashtra?

First of all, if we talk about Maharashtra, here Congress, Uddhav Thackeray’s Shiv Sena faction and Sharad Pawar’s NCP camp are together. He formed Mahavikas Aghadi, however, it appeared to be in trouble just before the elections. This is because the Uddhav faction’s Shiv Sena has announced the names of 17 candidates. It is being told that out of the seats for which names were declared, Congress was claiming 3 seats. On the other hand, Sharad Pawar seemed unhappy with this move of the Uddhav camp. He raised questions and said that the allies are not following the coalition religion.

Congress leader Sanjay Nirupam got angry

At the same time, Vanchit Bahujan Aghadi (VBA) leader Prakash Ambedkar, who was with the opposition alliance, also made a separate claim from Mahavikas Aghadi. He announced the names of 8 candidates. In this way, Congress seems to be facing a huge blow in Maharashtra. The alliance for which he tried so hard is no longer working. Veteran party leader Sanjay Nirupam is said to be angry because he was preparing to contest the Lok Sabha elections from Mumbai North-West. However, the Uddhav camp has made Amol Kirtikar its candidate here.

Akhilesh is changing his candidates in UP

Apart from Maharashtra-Bihar, Samajwadi Party, which is part of the Indian alliance, is also engaged in a tussle over its candidates in UP. Not only this, Ghosith is also changing the names of the candidates. The party canceled the ticket of sitting MP ST Hasan in Moradabad. He had filed his nomination a day earlier. In his place, the party declared Ruchi Veera as its new candidate. There seems to be a tussle over ST Hasan’s ticket being canceled and Ruchi Veera being given the ticket. Apart from this, SP has also changed its candidate in Gautam Buddha Nagar seat (Noida). Earlier the ticket was given to Rahul Awana. In his place, Dr. Mahendra Nagar has been made the candidate from Gautam Buddha Nagar seat. This political development is taking place at a time when the voting period is about to begin.

-Rahul Dubey

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