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INDIA Alliance Expands Leadership With Seven New Appointments Across Key Committees

For the working group responsible for managing the social media presence, DMK leader Dayanidhi Maran and Rashtriya Lok Dal leader Rohit Jakhad are the fresh faces.

INDIA bloc leaders meet in Mumbai
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The Indian National Developmental Inclusive Alliance (INDIA), consisting of 26 opposition parties, has made significant additions to its various working committees aimed at countering the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). Following a two-day meeting in Mumbai, the alliance had previously unveiled a 14-member central coordination committee and a 19-member campaign committee.

In the campaign committee, the noteworthy inclusions are Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) Member of Parliament Tiruchi Siva and Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) leader Mehboob Beg. They join the likes of Gurdeep Singh Sappal (INC), Sanjay Jha (JD-U), Anil Desai (Shiv Sena-UBT), Sanjay Yadav (RJD), PC Chako (NCP), Champai Soren (JMM), Kiranmoy Nanda (SP), Sanjay Singh (AAP), Arun Kumar (CPI-M), and others.

For the working group responsible for managing the social media presence, DMK leader Dayanidhi Maran and Rashtriya Lok Dal leader Rohit Jakhad are the fresh faces. They join the ranks of Supriya Srinate (INC), Sumit Sharma (RJD), Ashish Yadav (SP), Rajeev Nigam (SP), Raghav Chaddha (AAP), Avindani (JMM), Iltija Mehbooba (PDP), among others.

In the media-focused working group, Congress leader Pawan Khera and DMK leader Kanimozhi Karunanidhi have been brought on board. They join established figures like Jairam Ramesh (INC), Manoj Jha (RJD), Arvind Sawant (Shiv Sena-UBT), Jitendra Ahwad (NCP), Raghav Chaddha (AAP), Rajiv Ranjan (JD-U), Pranjal (CPI-M), Ashish Yadav (SP), Supriyo Bhattacharya (JMM), Alok Kumar (JMM), Manish Kumar (JD-U), Rajeev Nigam (SP), Bhalchandran Kango (CPI), and others.

Furthermore, A Raja, a DMK leader, has been incorporated into the working group for research, joining the ranks of Amitabh Dubey (INC), Subodh Mehta (RJD), Priyanka Chaturvedi (Shiv Sena-UBT), Vandana Chavan (NCP), KC Tyagi (JD-U), Sudivya Kumar Sonu (JMM), Jasmine Shah (AAP), Alok Ranjan (SP), Imran Nabi Dar (NC), and more.

In a significant move, the INDIA bloc, after their two-day meeting in Mumbai, has resolved to jointly contest the upcoming Lok Sabha elections "to the extent possible." They have also signaled their intent to initiate seat-sharing negotiations in various states, setting the stage for a united front against the BJP.

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