In these states also factionalism within the Congress is at its peak, how will it win the 2024 elections?

In these states also factionalism within the Congress is at its peak, how will it win the 2024 elections?

Congress Infighting Impact On Lok Sabha Elections: Even though the Congress has won the assembly elections in Karnataka, the picture regarding the Chief Minister is not yet clear. The Congress high command is facing difficulties in taking a decision between DK Shivakumar and veteran leader Siddaramaiah. However, this kind of problem is not in front of the Congress only in Karnataka, but in the states where there are two power centers within the party, the party always gets into trouble.

The name of Rajasthan comes first in this. Nothing is going right inside the Congress in the state for a long time. Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot and Congress leader Sachin Pilot have opened a front against each other. BJP can take advantage of this infighting in the upcoming elections. The Congress high command is also worried because of the political war between these two.

Infighting in Congress in these states

Apart from this, political tussle is going on between Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel vs TS Singhdev in Chhattisgarh and Bhupendra Singh Hooda vs National General Secretary of Congress Kumari Selja in Haryana regarding the formula of Chief Minister for two and a half years.

At the same time, the political anger of Nana Patole vs Balasaheb Thorat in Maharashtra is not hidden from anyone. All these are the states where assembly elections are to be held in the coming time. In Madhya Pradesh too, the party had to face losses due to factionalism.

Power was also lost in Punjab due to mutual factionalism

Not only in these states, but also in Punjab, Congress had to lose power due to internal factionalism. Then the factionalism between Captain Amarinder Singh and Navjot Singh Sidhu was at its peak. Two factions had formed within the party in the state. The result of this was that the Congress was cleared from Punjab. Now, if the Congress is thinking of retaining power, then they will have to end the factionalism completely.

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