Grand alliance against BJP in next polls: CPI

DECCAN CHRONICLE.
Published Feb 9, 2018, 5:55 am IST
Updated Feb 9, 2018, 5:55 am IST
People are waiting for a chance to defeat them and CPI will form an alliance at the national level with all like-minded parties,” Mr Narayana stated.
Hence the chief ministers of Telugu states remained mute spectators even when the Centre refused to implement the promises made in the bifurcation bill.
 Hence the chief ministers of Telugu states remained mute spectators even when the Centre refused to implement the promises made in the bifurcation bill.

WARANGAL: The Communist Party of India (CPI) is going to form a grand alliance at the national level to defeat the BJP in the next elections, said party secretary K. Narayana here on Thursday.

He said Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP president Amit Shah proved to be a big burden on the people of the country and it was high time they were shown their place. “Mr Modi diluted every institution in the country at the behest of his political needs and whoever opposed them was jailed. That was the reason why the Chief Ministers of both Telugu states remained calm even after there were no allocations for the state in the recent Union budget,” he suggested.
Mr Narayana called Amit Shah a criminal said he belongs to jail.

 

“Both Amit Shah and Modi managed to dilute the judiciary, CBI, police and every institution in the country and evaded punishment. People are waiting for a chance to defeat them and CPI will form an alliance at the national level with all like-minded parties,” Mr Narayana stated.

He compared Chief Ministers Chandrababu Naidu and KCR to slaves and said they feared that Modi might open old cases and jail them as he did with Lalu Prasad Yadav. He reminded that the AAP MLAs and Sharad Yadav were disqualified. Hence the chief ministers of Telugu states remained mute spectators even when the Centre refused to implement the promises made in the bifurcation bill.

Responding to IT Minister KTR’s remarks that he would renounce politics if his party was defeated in next elections, Mr Narayana said he would advise Mr KTR to remain in politics and fight instead of escaping from reality. “I know Mr KTR is young and energetic and his services are needed for this state. I would like him to continue fighting for the people,” he said.





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