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Third Front Formation in Indian Politics

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In Indian politics, the term “Third Front” refers to several coalitions created by smaller parties since 1989 to provide voters with a third choice in opposition to the Indian National Congress (INC) and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). When Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin recently visited Delhi, there was a lot of enthusiasm. The trip was organized around an occasion to inaugurate its new facilities in the national capital’s core area. Where the majority of political parties will be located.

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Stalin had official meetings before the event to advocate for Tamil Nadu’s concerns with the Center. Though political pundits saw the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) chief as a catalyst for uniting parties opposed to the Bharatiya Janata Party. It was the April 2 concert that attracted their attention (BJP).

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The third front party poses a challenge to the rule of the Bhartiya Janta party and Narendra Modi. However, India is a democratic country people living in the country above 18 years have the right to vote for their desired party and party leaders. Therefore it is obvious that a third party has a chance to come into power if the public wants. Not necessarily in all the states, the Bharatiya Janata Party had its say or rule. In India, different states have their different chief ministers from different Political parties. These political parties might include the third front parties too.

In many states, BJP had tried to make their power try to take the state under their control. However, in those times a power third front formation had not allowed doing so. For instance, BJP had tried a lot to enter west Bengal. But it couldn’t as Mamta Banerjee and TMC would never allow them to do so. Now there were reports that TMC along with AAP and parties of other states were planning to overlap BJP and Modi.

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