Reds unite for T fight
Hyderabad: With the underlining message that people were losing faith in TRS, five of the Left parties have decided to form alliance to fight the...
Hyderabad: With the underlining message that people were losing faith in TRS, five of the Left parties have decided to form alliance to fight the Telangana cause. The future course of action will chalked out in the meeting to be conducted on July 28. The leaders representing pro-Telangana ideology met at Makhdoom Bhavan, the CPI office, here on Thursday. It was attended by K Narayana, Syed Aziz Pasha, Chada Venkat Reddy, K Ramakrishna (CPI), D V Krishna, P Suryam, G Divakar (CPI ML New Democracy), B Surender Reddy (Forward Block), N Murthy (CPM ML Liberation), S Venkataswamy, Jangareddy (Telangana Communist Party). Later briefing mediapersons, Narayana explained that the political parties with pro-Telangana stance have joined together to work for the aspirations of the regional people. Until now the CPI and CPI ML were fighting separately in this direction. While CPI was fighting independently, CPI ML was with the Telangana JAC. "Without any opportunistic objective, we have formed an alliance to fulfill the aspirations of the Telangana people", announced the CPI State secretary. According to him, formation of front in the upcoming elections is not the objective. The fight for Telangana brought all these political parties under one roof. He explained that it was not a rival to any other group. "It will be no way in competition with the Telangana JAC", he clarified D V Krishna explained that the meeting with CPI and other three parties was aimed at deciding the kind of demands and programmes for taking forward the idea. He believed that the five Left parties has the capacity to drive the idea of Telangana into masses unlike any other party. Moreover, without any constraints, the parties have the guts to take forward the movement with a militant determination. Taking a dig at the Congress, he said that in spite of several possibilities the Central government was dilly- dallying the issue for long. He refuted the reports that there were differences with the TRS. "There could be differences between TRS and TJAC, but there is nothing in particular between our party and TRS", he pointed out. Krishna said that it was because of organisational meetings that the party could not attend the TJAC meetings, rather than due to differences. "We shall continue to be part of TJAC. The coalition will not be challenge for the TJAC", the leader clarified.