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Key Insights from ABP Network’s ‘The Southern Rising Summit’ on General Election 2024

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ABP Network’s ‘The Southern Rising’ Summit, renowned for fostering dynamic discussions, recently hosted a high-profile panel discussion delving into the recently concluded General Election 2024. Esteemed political figures – Kavitha Kalvakuntla, Karti P Chidambaram, and K. Annamalai – shared their invaluable insights on the topic, “General Election 2024: Who Wins, Who Loses?”

K. Annamalai, the State President of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) for Tamil Nadu, expressed the party’s ambition and determination to make a significant impact in the upcoming 2024 elections. He emphasized that BJP’s resurgence in Tamil Nadu during the 2024 elections would strengthen the party’s position.

Kavitha Kalvakuntla, Member of Legislative Council (MLC) – Kamareddy & Nizamabad, Former Member of Parliament (MP), and a dedicated worker of the BRS Party, presented a contrasting view. She highlighted the people’s desire for a decisive government and suggested that India’s political landscape is characterized by versatility and diversity. Regional parties have outperformed national parties, and she predicted a need for political realignment.

Karti P Chidambaram, Member of Parliament for Sivaganga, representing the Indian National Congress (INC), voiced confidence in the alliance’s stability, citing INC’s presence in all five states. He anticipated a strong performance by INC in these states.

This panel discussion, featuring representatives of diverse political ideologies, provided valuable insights into the complex electoral dynamics that will influence India’s future.

ABP Network’s ‘The Southern Rising’ Summit pays tribute to the growth, culture, and harmony of South Indian states. It aims to unite the region’s leaders in a transformative journey for India. The summit celebrates the spirit and richness of the southern states, fostering profound discussions and insights sharing by the prominent figures from South Indian states and Union Territories.

Article By: Sai Kiran

Published on: 13th, October 2023


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