Congress chairman says 2024 elections will be the last if Modi gets re-elected.

Mallikarjun Kharge stated this in response to Nitish Kumar’s departure, stating that the INDIA bloc would not be weakened even if one or two persons would leave. Mallikarjun Kharge, the president of the Congress party, issued a warning on Monday, according to The Hindu, that the Lok Sabha elections in 2024 will be the final elections in India if Prime Minister Narendra Modi is re-elected.

On the occasion of a party convention held in Bhubaneswar, Khrage made the following statement: “Whether you acknowledge it or not, one of our leaders from INDIA departed yesterday.” “We were deprived of him being with us. Instilling fear and issuing threats are all part of the current government’s standard operating procedure, which consists of giving notices to leaders that are one after the other. Friendships, alliances, and parties are being abandoned by individuals as a result of fear.

Congress chairman says 2024 elections will be the last if Modi gets re-elected.

With this statement, Kharge was alluding to Nitish Kumar, the leader of the Janata Dal (United), who on Sunday severed connections with both the INDIA coalition and the Mahagathbandhan, which is the ruling party in Bihar and is comprised of the Rashtriya Janata Dal and the Congress. Following a few hours, he took the oath of office as the Chief Minister of Bihar, receiving backing from the Bhartiya Janata Party.

On the other hand, Kharge stated that the INDIA bloc would not become weaker even if one or two individuals went their separate ways.
Kharge stated, “The question should be asked.” “If there are so many cowards who continue to exist, will the nation, democracy, or constitution be able to survive?”
The Member of Parliament for the Rajya Sabha stated that this was the final opportunity for citizens to cast their votes in a certain manner.

“As a result of this, there will be no more elections,” he asserted. “There will be no further voting opportunities following this.” “Elections [in India] will be called in a manner that is comparable to the election of Vladimir Putin as President of Russia.

They are going to continue to return to power and administer the country based on the authority that they have amassed over time. They will receive 200 seats, 300 seats, and 400 seats respectively. The number of seats will be increased to more than 600, as they have stated.

Congress chairman says 2024 elections will be the last if Modi gets re-elected.

A change was made to the Constitution in 1976 that put a hold on the enlargement of the Lok Sabha until the year 2001. This was done in order to make it possible for efforts aimed at population control to take effect.

It was decided in 2001 to keep the freeze in place until 2026. In accordance with this constitutional change, any expansion of the Lok Sabha that occurs after the year 2026 must be based on the results of the first Census that occurs after that year, which is scheduled to take place in the year 2031.

He also praised former Prime Ministers Indira Gandhi and Rajiv Gandhi, saying that they “had sacrificed their lives for people while Modi is taking lives.” Kharge further praised the former Prime Ministers.

“If a political leader does not listen to him [Modi], he unleashes the Central Bureau of Investigation, Income Tax, and Enforcement Directorate on him,” he claimed. “Modi is the leader of the Indian government.” It is via the use of this terror mechanism that he is ruling the government.

Congress chairman says 2024 elections will be the last if Modi gets re-elected.

Congress chairman says 2024 elections will be the last if Modi gets re-elected.

According to Kharge, the Congress administration governed with affection, and the nation made advancements in the areas of education, health, and industry. He asserted that the party is able to claim credit for the establishment of a number of different institutions. According to his allegations, the current leadership appears to take joy in generating strife and conflict among the constituents of the country.

The leader of the Congress party also asserted that the Chief Minister of Odisha, Naveen Patnaik, has strayed from the road of Nehru’s philosophy that his father, Biju Patnaik, had taken and is now following the ideology of the Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP).

Kharge asserted that the Biju Janta Dal had been in an unofficial alliance with the Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) for a considerable amount of time. The BJP’s objective is to amass wealth through the sale of mineral resources.

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