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India Political Highlights | I.N.D.I.A. bloc will continue to fight against fascist rule of Modi-led BJP, says Kharge

Results for 542 of 543 Lok Sabha constituencies have been declared; BJP wins 240 seats, Congress 99. In Maharashtra BJP, allies get 17 seats whereas Opposition combined bagged 30 of 48 seats. Nitish Kumar arrives in Delhi for NDA meet. I.N.D.I.A will keep trying to have government at Centre, said Tejashwi Yadav. Modi is likely to take oath on June 8. Prominent leaders like N Chandrababu Naidu and Nitish Kumar landed in Delhi to attend NDA meet where they discussed government formation. During the meet, the leaders formally elected Modi as the alliance leader. On the other hand, I.N.D.I.A. alliance leaders convened a meeting at Kharge's residence. After the meet, Kharge addressed the media and said I.N.D.I.A. bloc will continue to fight against fascist rule of Modi-led BJP. Meanwhile, Maharashtra witnessed Devendra Fadnavis offering to resign from his post as deputy chief minister. That's all for today, thanks for staying with us ! Follow DH to track the live updates of all things political. Good night!
Last Updated : 05 June 2024, 17:21 IST
Last Updated : 05 June 2024, 17:21 IST

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'The people's mandate has given a befitting reply to the BJP and their politics of hate, corruption and deprivation,' Kharge addresses the media 

After the conclusion of the key meet at Kharge's residence, the I.N.D.I.A. bloc president addressed the media, along with prominent members of the alliance.

He said that, "The constituents of I.N.D.I.A. bloc thank the people of India for the overwhelming support received by our alliance. The people's mandate has given a befitting reply to the BJP and their politics of hate, corruption and deprivation.

"This is a mandate in defence of the Constitution of India and is against price rise, unemployment and crony capitalism as well as to save the democracy.

"The I.N.D.I.A. bloc will continue to fight against the fascist rule of the BJP led by Modi. We will take appropriate steps at the appropriate time to realise the people's desire not to be ruled by the BJP government. This is our decision and we all agreed on these points, and will definitely keep the promises given to the people."

Published 05 June 2024, 03:27 IST

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