Arvind Kejriwal to attend the Mumbai meeting of ‘India’ alliance

New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister and Aam Aadmi Party National Convener Arvind Kejriwal will attend the meeting of the opposition alliance ‘India’ in Mumbai later this month. When asked by the media whether he will attend the meeting of the opposition parties, Kejriwal said that he will go to Mumbai and share the decisions with the media.

The third meeting of the ‘India’ alliance will be held in Mumbai on August 31 and September 1. It is hoped that the differences of opinion of the parties can be resolved in the meeting as much as possible. Also, an 11-member committee will be formed to coordinate the alliance and elect a convener.

Shiv Sena (UBT) wing and NCP Sharad Pawar wing are jointly organizing the meeting in Mumbai with the support of Congress. All the three parties are constituents of the Mahavikas Akhadi Alliance. Sharad Pawar had earlier stated that he would make the meeting of the India alliance successful.

The first meeting of the India alliance was held in Patna in Bihar in June and the second in Bengaluru in Karnataka last month. The Indian National Development Inclusive Alliance (India) was announced by Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge at a meeting of 26 parties in Bengaluru.

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