CPI State Secretary Koonanneni Sambasivarao made key comments on alliances in the upcoming elections. He said that the CPI party will not bow down for one or two seats.
First Published Feb 23, 2023, 5:00 PM IST
CPI State Secretary Koonanneni Sambasivarao made key comments on alliances in the upcoming elections. He said that the CPI party will not bow down for one or two seats. He said that he will tie up with any other party in order to stop BJP. They all said that together they will decide on alliances in the next elections. He said to stop fighting as long as alliances are made. He said that CPI will fight for the implementation of KCR’s promises. He said that they will think about the issue of alliance with Congress at the national level.
Meanwhile.. Koonanne has recently made key comments on alliances. It has been clarified that no discussions have been held with BRS so far on the delivery of seats. He said that CPI and CPM will contest together in the upcoming assembly elections in Telangana. He said that a joint public meeting of the left parties will be held soon. He said that if CPI and CPM parties come together, the power in the state will be reversed. He said that the Left parties are strong in many constituencies…they can affect the chances of other contestants in one way or the other. They said that we will not go around other parties for alliance… But if they come near us we will respond. He once again said that he supported BRS in the past to stop the BJP which has become a danger to the country.
Meanwhile, it is known that the left parties have allied with the ruling BRS in the previous by-elections in Telangana. At that time, KCR said that his friendship with the Left parties is not limited to the past and will continue in the future as well. However, there is no clear statement from the left parties that they will go with BRS in the upcoming elections. On the other hand, TPCC chief Revanth Reddy recently commented that the Left parties will ally with the Congress at the national level to dethrone the BJP government at the Centre.
Last Updated Feb 23, 2023, 5:00 PM IST