With national election less than a year away, the Congress leader Prithviraj Chavan urged for formation of a broader coalition to counter the incumbent government and party.
It is in this context that the former Maharashtra chief minister expressed his apprehension that India may not see elections again if the current government returns to power.
Chavan said that there is a serious apprehension that the way the Prime Minister is functioning, if they win one more election, there may not be elections again.
Chavan urged all like-minded parties to come together while rejecting the possibility of a non-Congress, non-BJP front becoming a formidable force.
However, Chavan did not reveal as to who could lead such a coalition.
Chavan spoke to the press and also had things to say on Union Minister and Karnataka election in-charge for BJP Piyush Goyal’s alleged conflict of interest in selling his firm to Piramal Estates Pvt Ltd – a big player in the power sector.>