Time ripe for Third Front formation, says Suravaram

Time ripe for Third Front formation, says Suravaram
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Time Ripe for Third Front Formation, Says Suravaram, ‘Third Front Formation, BJP Back to Power. ‘Third Front formation is favourable since the chances of Congress party coming back to power are bleak as it is neck-deep in scams and the BJP’s Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi is making false claims that the party has public support to storm the BJP back to power at the Centre’.

‘Third Front formation is favourable since the chances of Congress party coming back to power are bleak as it is neck-deep in scams and the BJP’s Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi is making false claims that the party has public support to storm the BJP back to power at the Centre’.

CPI General Secretary Suravaram Sudhakar Reddy feels that the time to forge a Third Front was favourable since the chances of Congress party coming back to power were bleak as it was neck-deep in scams and the BJP’s Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi was making false claims that the party had public support to storm the BJP back to power at the Centre.

Addressing a three-day council meeting at Yapral in the Ranga Reddy district on Tuesday, Sudhakar Reddy said that the BJP had no hold in southern States. Reddy was of the view that in the 2014 elections, the regional parties would win maximum seats and even the UPA and NDA knows this fact and were trying to woo the regional parties. He said Mulayam Singh Yadav, Mayawati, Jayalalithaa were all Prime Ministerial aspirants and would not go with either the Congress or the BJP.

Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee may have an alliance with the BJP, provided her party wins 25 Lok Sabha seats. Reddy said that last time the BJP had benefitted in Chhattisgarh as CPI did not contest the Assembly elections due to pressure from Naxalites. But this time, the party had decided to contest about 15 Assembly seats in Chhattisgarh and about 20-25 Assembly seats in Delhi. It will also contest some seats in Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh, he added.

He exuded confidence that his party would do well in States like Kerala and West Bengal, while there were good chances to win seats in Bihar. Meanwhile, party leaders said that they proposed to hold a public meeting in Hyderabad on Thursday at the end of the council meeting. CPI state secretary, K Narayana and MLC, PJ Chandrashekar Rao, were among those present at the meeting

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