“Jeetega Bharat” I-N-D-I-A’s campaign slogan for the 2024 Lok Sabha election

Opposition parties have chosen “Jeetega Bharat” as their campaign slogan for the 2024 Lok Sabha elections. The tagline, “India will win,” will be written in Hindi and regional languages. The alliance, consisting of 26 parties, will likely sign a united declaration to create a working group for the 2024 elections. Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge believes there are no ideological differences between the opposition parties.

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I-N-D-I-A’s 2024 Lok Sabha Election campaign slogan is “Jeetega Bharat”

Sonia Gandhi’s presence appears to be an attempt to restore the Congress, the largest Opposition party in the Lok Sabha, to the forefront of the united Opposition platform.

Many Opposition leaders felt the word “Bharat” must appear in the alliance’s name

“Jeetega Bharat” will be the opposition parties’ campaign slogan for the 2024 Lok Sabha elections, according to sources quoted by news agency PTI. “The campaign’s slogan is “India will win” in Hindi, and it is likely to be written in several regional tongues,” according to the news source. Sources told PTI that during the meeting on Tuesday in Bengaluru, several leaders felt that the word “Bharat” must appear in the alliance’s name.

According to a senior leader quoted by PTI, “They decided that it would appear in the tagline.” The news comes a day after 26 parties met in Bengaluru for an opposition meeting and chose “INDIA” for their grand alliance.

India is an abbreviation for: “Indian National Developmental Inclusive Alliance.”

Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee suggested the alliance name

According to VCK leader Thol Thirumavalavan, Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee, put forward the proposal at the United Opposition’s gathering of 26 “like-minded” groups in Bengaluru, where former Congress president Sonia Gandhi was present.

The second opposition meeting

The second opposition meeting will feature representatives from many parties, including the RSP, Kerala Congress (Mani), MDMK, VCK, KDMK, Forward Bloc, Kerala Congress (Joseph), and IUML. Together, the 24 opposition parties control about 150 Lok Sabha seats.

The alliance’s members are now most likely to sign a united declaration to create a working group to draft up a shared minimum program for the smooth operation of the collaboration for the 2024 Lok Sabha elections after deciding on the name of the opposition alliance.

Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge’s remark

According to Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge, there aren’t many differences between the opposition parties, despite their recent attacks on one another in various states. “We are aware that there are distinctions among some of us at the state level. These divisions are not ideological in nature. For the benefit of the average person, the middle class, the young, the underprivileged, the Dalit, the Adivasis, and the minorities, whose rights are currently silently suppressed behind closed doors, we should put these differences behind us.”

To challenge the BJP, the united opposition will run one candidate per seat. The meeting on Tuesday is likely to include discussions of a seat-sharing formula. The parties decided at the prior gathering to discuss the candidates and individual seats at the state level.

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