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In Delhi on Thursday evening, I met with Congress president Mallikarjun Kharge and party leaders Rahul Gandhi and KC Venugopal as efforts to form an anti-BJP front ahead of the 2024 Lok Sabha polls gain momentum.

After the meeting at Kharge’s residence, I stated that the process of uniting the opposition has begun; this is just the beginning and all parties are committed to working together.

The meeting is noteworthy as it comes shortly after the allegations leveled against the Adani Group by short-selling firm Hindenburg Research. Initially, I expressed my belief that the Adani Group is being “targeted” by unknown entities, but I later took a U-turn, stating that I would not oppose a JPC for the sake of opposition unity.

Additionally, the meeting occurred a day after Bihar Chief Minister met with Kharge and Gandhi at the Congress president’s 10, Rajaji Marg residence. The discussions focused on forming a united front to oppose the .

Kharge also emphasized that opposition parties have agreed to unite and will engage with all parties. He added that all parties should come together to save the country, democracy, and ensure freedom of speech.

On my part, I mentioned that this was just the beginning and that discussions with other parties, such as the TMC, would be held to bring them together.

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