Focussing on their revival, the Congress party has decided to tighten their ship and closely monitor the election activities happening in Kerala, Tamil Nadu, West Bengal, and Assam. Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has been given the charge of monitoring election activities in Kerala and was attending a meeting with the state leaders in Thiruvananthapuram.
“The power in Kerala changes every five years, but our fight is against the BJP, as we are tying up with the left in West Bengal to do the same. A Congress-free India is what the BJP is planning and if the LDF wins in Kerala, then that would just as well make Modi’s dreams come true,” said Gehlot in his speech. He added that their opponents are spreading the rumour that there are splits inside the party and the alliance to stop the Congress from reaching their goal.
He emphasised that the left parties and the BJP are actively campaigning against them and that they must step up. “There is a Congress member in every corner of the country and every village. The party workers and its leaders must work together for a better win,” he said. Moreover, he said that the RSS-BJP elements are working together to destroy Indian democracy through unconstitutional activities and central agencies.
“The Modi government is using these central agencies to disrupt governments, democratic processes, as they are dancing to the tune of their political masters,” he added. Gehlot also noted how the Sangh party is using money to attract elected MLAs and MPs from other parties to their folds, thus solidifying their hold and disrupting elected governments.