After the defeat in Bihar, RJD distanced itself from Congress, now it is difficult for Congress - Newztezz Online


Monday, November 16, 2020

After the defeat in Bihar, RJD distanced itself from Congress, now it is difficult for Congress

The Congress is now becoming a dodo bird because it no longer has the ability to fly, instead it is slowly reaching the verge of extinction. The results of the recent Bihar elections and by-elections in other states are telling the same story. Now his allies are also upset and this is confirmed by RJD leader Shivanand Tiwari's latest statement on Congress.

Tiwari has now lashed out at the Congress and asked it to be the 'reason for failure'. The Congress contested 70 seats under the Grand Alliance, but this party lost most of the seats. His statements were directed at former Congress chief Rahul Gandhi, whom he accused of showing apathy in the election campaign.

He said, 'Congress was a hindrance for the alliance in Bihar elections. Congress contested 70 seats, but could not even conduct 70 sabha. Prime Minister Modi is older than Rahul Gandhi, but he did more rallies than Rahul. Why did Rahul only do 3 rallies? This shows that the Congress was not serious about the Bihar elections. this is not right. When the election in Bihar was at its peak, Rahul Gandhi was having a picnic in Shimla with Priyanka Gandhi. Does the party go on like this? The way Congress is contesting elections is benefiting BJP itself '.

He further said , "Congress contested 70 assembly seats, but 70 assembly meetings were not held on their behalf. Earlier there was news that Priyanka Gandhi would come to Bihar, but this also did not happen. People who were not concerned with Bihar came here. ”

Simultaneously, Shivanand Tiwari targeted the Congress for the party's poor performance in the 2017 Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections. He said , 'Congress insisted on contesting more and more seats than just winning the assembly seats. The way the Congress dealt with Akhilesh in UP, how he contested more seats than NCP in Maharashtra and won fewer seats than him. Their emphasis is on fighting in more seats, but they are not able to win in more possible seats. Congress should think about it.

In eating the sea is introspection of demand

Kapil Sibal had given a statement to 'Indian Express' that, "People of the country do not consider Congress as an effective option, not only in Bihar, but wherever by-elections are held. After all, RJD was the option of NDA in Bihar." All by-elections were lost in Gujarat, we did not win even a single seat in the Lok Sabha elections. In the by-elections held in some constituencies of Uttar Pradesh, the Congress candidates won less than 2% of the votes. In Gujarat, our three candidates got their bail. However, I hope the Congress will introspect with these lessons.

At present, it is not hidden from anyone that the INC was exposed as a weak link in the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) -led coalition in the Bihar elections. The Congress, which contested 70 seats, could win only 19 seats, which shows its weak image.

The Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) and Congress have formed an alliance for the 2021 assembly elections in Tamil Nadu. However, sources close to DMK Stalin believe that this will give the Dravidian party more leverage during the seat-sharing agreement.

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