Rajya Sabha MP Kapil Sibal made a big statement regarding the 2024 Lok Sabha elections.
He said that the Congress has to be at the center of the alliance that will take on the BJP in 2024.
“Opposition parties need to be sensitive to form a strong alliance. Also, caution should be exercised in criticizing each other’s ideologies” Sibal said this in an interview given to news agency PTI on Sunday
Kapil Sibal requested all the parties opposing the central government to find a platform to make their point known to the people.
Sibal said that this platform could also be the ‘Insaf Ke Sipahi’ website, which Sibal has started this platform to fight the injustice of the central government.
The Rajya Sabha MP said the question of leadership of the opposition alliance for 2024 need not be answered at this stage.
He also cited the example of 2004, when Atal Bihari Vajpayee’s government was voted out of power after the Lok Sabha elections despite the opposition’s PM face not being decided.
During this, Kapil Sibal also talked about NCP Chief Sharad Pawar’s statement regarding Gautam Adani.
Sibal said if you reduce issues, you will have differences among political parties.
If Rahul Gandhi has any vision about Crony Capitalism in India then I think even Sharad Pawar will not be against the platform related to Crony Capitalism. We need a platform which helps in uniting the opposition.
Sibal said that different parties should be allowed to have different views. Similarly, Rahul Gandhi should be allowed to express his views about any one person. Sharad Pawar also has the right to share his point of view. This should not be seen as an example of disunity.
Kapil Sibal launched the website ‘Insaaf Ke Sipahi’ in March. Then he told in a press conference that my fellow lawyers and non-BJP Chief Ministers are requested to raise their voice against injustice through this website, so that slavery can be abolished. It is for the people of the country and I think even Modi will not oppose it.
Taking a jibe at the BJP, he told that he is not sitting to oppose PM Modi, but will reform him.