Tensions brewing in I.N.D.I.A bloc after Congress’ dismal performance in Assembly elections.!?

Reportedly tensions have been brewing in I.N.D.I.A bloc after Congress’ dismal performance in the just-concluded assembly elections. While West bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee indicated she might not be able to attend the next meeting of the alliance on Wednesday, key aides of bihar CM nitish kumar made a push for a “credible data-face” like the JD(U) supremo for leading the coalition.

Samajwadi party president akhilesh yadav too will skip the meeting. When asked if the decision was taken after the declaration of assembly poll results in four states, party spokesperson Rajendra Chaudhary said there was no information about the meeting earlier.

Ahead of Parliament’s Winter Session, prime minister Narendra Modi too urged the opposition not to vent its frustation of the assembly polls defeat inside the house and move forward leaving behind its “negativity” of last nine years. “If I speak on basis of the assembly poll results, this is a golden opportunity for opposition. Instead of making plans for venting frustration over defeat, they should learn from this defeat, leaving behind the habit of negativity of the last nine years, if they move forward with positivity this session, the country will change its views towards them,” he had said.

Revolutionary Socialist party (RSP) member N K Premachandran and AIADMK member M Thambi Durai opposed the “imposition” of hindi by naming criminal laws Bharatiya Nyaya Sanhita (BNS), Bharatiya Sakshya (BS) and Bharatiya Nagarik Suraksha Sanhita (BNSS), which are set to replace the indian Penal Code, the indian Evidence Act and the Code of criminal Procedure respectively.

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