The Congress held a two-day conference from Thursday. When leaders of the All India Congress (AICC), including President Jitendra Singh, will attend to discuss the anti-BJP campaign.
Congress formed an alliance of 10 against the BJP and its allies in the 2021 general elections. When the BJP and its allies came to power with 75 seats.
It is trying to consolidate small national and regional power with the aim of defeating Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). Its allies in 2024 Lok Sabha elections. In Assam, Congress held a two-day session from Thursday in which top leaders of the All India Congress (AICC), including president Jitendra Singh, will attend to discuss the opposition BJP Alliance programme.
Singh will visit Guwahati on Thursday to oversee. The state’s preparations for next year’s Lok Sabha elections, according to party leaders.
Leaders from 8 to 10 political parties will attend the meeting, including Raijor Dal, Communist Party of India, Communist Party of India (Marxist), and Assam Jatiya Parishad. But the All India United Democratic Front (AIUDF), one of the state’s largest opposition parties, is leaving, saying the invited Aam Admi Party (AAP) will not attend. “We will hold a meeting first to discuss the views of the party leaders in 11 of the 14 Lok Sabha seats in Assam. Now the other three seats we won in 2019 will not speak,” Ahmad said. Sam state Congress Speaker Bhupen Kumar Borah said.
“There will be discussions after seeing what other people think about collaborating.
This meeting will be the first and we are unlikely to resolve the last one,” he added.
In the 2021 general election, Congress formed a 10-party alliance against the BJP and its allies, 75 of which (BJP-60, Asom Ghana Parishad-9 and UPP-Liberal Party-6). Congress and its allies won 41 of the 126 seats.