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Rising Tide of Opposition: INDIA Bloc Gains Momentum, Modi Camp Feels the Heat

In a spirited declaration of growing unity and determination, AICC spokesperson Pawan Khera has heralded the increasing strength of the parties forming the INDIA bloc. With each passing day, the alliance is not only expanding in numbers but also witnessing a surge in confidence and morale, setting the stage for a formidable opposition front.

As the INDIA bloc readies itself for a crucial meeting, Khera’s words resonate with anticipation and vigor. He shared, “In the next two days, you will witness a surge in the number of parties joining our alliance. The level of confidence and morale within the opposition is on the rise. Simultaneously, a sense of unease is palpable in the camp led by Narendra Modi.”

When questioned about the potential inclusion of Akali Dal and BSP chief Mayawati into the opposition fold, Khera emphasized that the constellation of constituent parties under the INDIA bloc has already expanded from 26 to 28. Moreover, he confidently projected that in the days to come, this momentum will only intensify.

Khera’s statement was clear in its assertion that the momentum isn’t limited to the present lineup—more parties are anticipated to embrace the INDIA alliance. In a bold prediction, he stated, “Many others who are currently aligned with the NDA (National Democratic Alliance) will ultimately find a home within the INDIA alliance”.

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