Congress to run for all 7 Lok Sabha seats in Delhi in 2024 elections

According to reports, the Congress’ Delhi office has advised the organization’s leadership to avoid forming a coalition with AAP during the national capital’s Lok Sabha elections.

Alka Lamba, the party’s head, announced on Wednesday that Congress will run for all seven seats in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. After a three-hour meeting in which Mallikarjun Kharge and Rahul Gandhi participated, she made her observations. The impending Lok Sabha elections have been asked us to get ready. All seven seats will be up for election, it has been agreed, said Lamba. She noted that there were still seven months to go and that all party employees needed to get ready for all seven seats.

Based on reports, Congress won’t create an alliance with any other party and would act independently. At the national capital’s party headquarters, a meeting between the leaders of the Congress and its Delhi branch was presided over by Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge. Rahul Gandhi informed the party leaders that Congress finished in second place in all seven of the seats in the most recent Lok Sabha elections at the meeting, which was also attended by Chaudhary Anil Kumar, the head of the Delhi unit, in charge Deepak Babaria, Alka Lamba, Haroon Yusuf, and Ajay Maken.


Gandhi allegedly informed party members that there are high expectations for the party from the public. According to sources, the Congress’ Delhi chapter has advised the party’s top brass to avoid forming a coalition with AAP during the national capital’s Lok Sabha elections. A meeting was had with the Delhi Congress leaders today regarding the Lok Sabha elections, Kharge wrote in an earlier post on X (formerly known as Twitter). Our top objective is to reenergize the Delhi Congress, a process that requires the involvement of all leaders and workers. Our fight to better the lives of Delhi’s citizens has already made the city prosperous and content. A conference of Delhi Congress leaders was held under Khargeji’s supervision, according to Gandhi in a Facebook post. Congress is committed to making every effort to support the public’s voice and the development of Delhi.