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Sonia Gandhi deputes Kamal Nath
Sonia Gandhi deputes Kamal Nath to negotiate alliance with non-BJP parties: Sources


New Delhi: Sonia Gandhi has reportedly entrusted Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Kamal Nath to open talks with non-BJP parties for a possible alliance if no party is able to gain a majority in Lok Sabha election 2019.

Sources have revealed to Zee News that the UPA chairperson wants Kamal Nath to lead Congress' outreach to smaller and regional parties if a hung parliament is the outcome at the end of result day - May 23. While the Bharatiya Janata Party has maintained that it will comfortably return to power as the largest member of National Democratic Alliance (NDA), Congress has reportedly begun gearing up for a scenario to the contrary. Support from non-NDA members could be the deciding factor for both Congress and the BJP if no party is able to hit the majority mark on its own.

Kamal Nath, a seasoned war-horse for the Congress, has seen giddying heights and the lowest of lows of his party. His recent return to the post of MP CM showcased the faith Congress' top brass has in him. He has also been a key campaigner for the party in the ongoing Lok Sabha election 2019. Recently, he said at a rally that PM Narendra Modi's term in office is just a matter of time now. (updated on May 15th, 2019)