Left Parties Union with Janasena
Having a disastrous defeat in the Telangana State Assembly elections communist party’s CPI and CPI(M) are clueless to prove their grounds of existence in the national politics. CPI who joined the Grand Alliance with TDP and Congress were dethroned effortlessly by the TRS force. CPI(M) who stood by the side of Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) have also seen the same defeating result.
As the Central elections and state elections of AP are getting near, Communist Party's are looking forward to showing their subtle impact to the politics. On this regards the Communist Parties have decided to collaborate with YCP party. But the YCP party president, AP opposition leader YS Jagan looks interested to go single headedly to elections rather than joining hands with any.
As the plan of alliance with YCP failed, CPI and CPI(M) have approached Janasena President Pawan Kalyan. Sources are that Pawankalyan is interested in the union. The tri parties had a round table meeting at Visakhapatnam on Friday discussing the future plans.
Pawan mentioned that we have planned to face the elections jointly. Rather than discussing the seats to be shared, we concentrated on issues like EVM tampering, environmental degradation caused due to mining activities-policies and about the injustice of the Fact-Finding Committee done by the center to the state.
CPI General Secretary, Suravaram Sudhakar Reddy added that there is a massive environmental deterioration caused to due to excessive mining activities and we have combinedly looked on to find a solution.
CPI (M) leader B V Raghavulu said the alliance is not for a self-developing purpose but it is done to fight for the environmental problems, public issues, social injustice, and civil rights.