The second meeting of the opposition meeting took place in Karnataka’s Bengaluru on July 17 and 18.
The opposition leaders on Tuesday expressed concerns over misuse of the constitutional provisions by the BJP and Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
In a video statement, RJD Rajya Sabha MP Manoj Jha said: “The place from where the Prime Minister gave guarantee is the place which is known of 50 per cent corruption. On the same issue, BJP lost Karnataka.”
Emphasising that the BJP government needs to be re-elected in 2024 Lok Sabha polls, Shah said that the Modi Government cannot be accused of a single corruption case whereas the Congress was involved in corruption of Rs 12 lakh crore.
At a press conference Irani said, "It is ridiculous that leaders who saw the murder of democracy during Emergency are today coming together under the leadership of the Congress."
The Opposition is trying to build a consensus around Pawar for the July 18 election though the former Union minister and former Maharashtra chief minister does not seem to be keen on contesting the election.
Attacking Prime Minister, Surjewala said that the PM is only indulging in divisive talks and not addressing the core issues faced by the country.
'The government is trying to suppress the voice of youth, its demands are legitimate but the government is not listening to it,' he said.
She termed the protests against the CAA and NRC to be the result of widespread anger and frustration among the people against the BJP government.