INDIA vs NDA: If not Rahul Gandhi then who will be the face of opposition against PM Modi? Know what the survey says

In the ongoing meeting of opposition parties in Bengaluru, it has been revealed that the name of the alliance will be INDIA. RJD tweeted that I- India, N- National, D- Democratic, I- Inclusive, A- Alliance.

While the meeting of opposition parties is going on in Bengaluru, Karnataka. On the other hand, a meeting of the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) is also going to be held in Delhi on Tuesday evening. In the midst of this effort of both the parties to prove their strength, the biggest question arises that who will be the face of the Prime Minister’s post from the opposition?

Significantly, the Congress leader was disqualified as a Lok Sabha MP due to no relief from the Gujarat High Court on Rahul Gandhi’s conviction in the Modi surname defamation case. In such a situation, the question now arises that who will be Modi vs Modi in 2024 Lok Sabha elections? The answer to this question has been sought in a survey conducted by C-Voter, the results of which are astonishing.

Rahul Gandhi reached the Supreme Court

Rahul Gandhi has moved the Supreme Court seeking relief in the Modi surname case, arguing that the criminal defamation case against him is a politically motivated move to harass him. Gandhi has been sentenced to two years’ imprisonment in a case that disqualified her from contesting elections before 2032.

As per Section 8(3) of the Representation of the People Act, a person convicted of an offense and sentenced to two years in prison is disqualified during the term of his sentence and is debarred from contesting elections for an additional six years. There is no right. The Congress’s inability to project Gandhi as the prime ministerial face for the opposition bloc is leaving the party in a quandary.


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If not Rahul Gandhi then who is the PM face of the opposition?

Worse, he may also have to come to terms with the fact that Rahul Gandhi will not be able to become the Prime Minister of India in the near future. This comes at a time when the opposition, under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, is brainstorming a strategy to take on the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party unitedly. As part of the survey, CVoter asked people who they would like to see as the PM face of the opposition, if not Rahul Gandhi. However, the results of the survey are raising more questions than answers for the opposition.

For example, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has been at the forefront of the opposition coalition. However, when it comes to her pan-India appeal, the survey found that only 10 per cent respondents saw Mamata as a possible prime ministerial contender in the absence of Rahul Gandhi.

Equal votes for Arvind Kejriwal and Nitish Kumar

Similarly, Arvind Kejriwal, whose Aam Aadmi Party is fast emerging as the biggest opposition voice after the Congress at the national level, is a rung above Mamata. 14 per cent respondents have supported him as a possible PM face in the absence of Rahul Gandhi as a contender. The Bihar CM and Janata Dal (United) chief is also seen by 14 per cent respondents as the face of the prime ministerial post. However, Nitish is projecting himself as the frontrunner for the top post and is leading efforts to form an anti-BJP front with the Congress.

Priyanka Gandhi got maximum votes in the survey

Relief news for the Congress has come in the form of Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, sister of Rahul Gandhi, who has emerged as the top choice as the PM face of the opposition. According to the CVoter survey, a surprising 33 per cent respondents would prefer to see Priyanka as the PM face of the opposition rather than Mamata, Kejriwal or Nitish.

On the other hand, Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge has made it clear in the meeting of the United Opposition in Bengaluru that the Congress is not interested in the Prime Minister’s post. Kharge said that I had already said in Chennai on MK Stalin’s birthday that Congress is not interested in power or Prime Minister’s post, our intention in this meeting is not to get power for ourselves. It is to protect our constitution, democracy, secularism and social justice.


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