Oppn to form govt for 10 years, says Kharge...

As the general elections approach their final phases, congress president mallikarjun Kharge discussed his party’s campaign and the prospects of the india alliance. Kharge believes there are signs of a regime change, citing positive feedback from various states, especially from women. He expressed confidence that the alliance will secure more seats than the bjp in Maharashtra, despite recent splits, and predicted that congress will gain double-digit seats in Uttar Pradesh, reducing the BJP's count.

Kharge criticized prime minister Modi for failing to fulfill promises, including jobs, black money retrieval, and doubling farmers' incomes. He dismissed Modi's attempts to connect with Muslim voters as insincere and criticized his divisive rhetoric. Kharge rejected Modi’s claims of instability in an india alliance government, citing past successful coalition governance. He emphasized that the selection of a prime minister will be decided by alliance partners post-elections, focusing on commitment to party ideology over community representation.

A driver employed by a pune family revealed that the father of a 17-year-old boy, who caused a fatal accident, insisted on letting his drunk son drive. Despite the driver’s objections, the father said to "let him drive." The intoxicated minor, driving a porsche Taycan, crashed into a two-wheeler, killing two IT professionals. The incident has sparked national outrage. The police are reviewing the vehicle’s registration and tracking its route. The boy’s bail, initially granted under the Juvenile Justice Act, was revoked, and he was remanded in custody. His father, a prominent builder, was also arrested.

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