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No matter what people say, the Lok Sabha polls would be an aggressive fight between the mighty BJP and the opposition parties. If the opposition parties can come together then they might pose a big threat to the saffron party. But the question is will the parties keep their issues aside for that?
A few regional parties are in plans to bring an alternative force. The Bharat Rashtra Samithi is also aggressively focusing on national politics. KCR already met a few leaders. But a few parties are saying that front is impossible with Congress.
Now a Congress MP made sensational allegations that Narendra Modi and West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee had a deal to target Rahul Gandhi and they wanted to defame the former Congress chief. A Lok Sabha member made the allegations.
Congress Lok Sabha member Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury alleged that Modi and Mamata have a deal to defame Gandhi and Mamata is targeting Rahul Gandhi of late as directed by Modi. The Congress party MP even gave a reason for this.
Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury alleged that the West Bengal Chief Minister wants to save herself from the Central Bureau of Investigation and Enforcement Directorate and that's why she is talking like this.
"Mamata Banerjee is speaking on the direction of the PM Modi. PM and Didi (Mamata) have a deal to defame the image of Rahul Gandhi and Congress. She wants to save herself from ED-CBI raids that's why she is against Congress as PM will be happy with this," the MP said.
But the question is what Mamata and Modi have to defame him. Congress is not in a position to pose a threat to BJP and there is no clarity if Rahul Gandhi will be made the PMâ€™s face. Even if this happens, BJP would bank on Modiâ€™s popularity. Rahul Gandhi is yet to prove his stature as a leader.