Tammineni urges like-minded to join new political front
CPM state secretary Tammineni Veerabhadram stated that party was planning to form a united front with 27 ideological parties to teach a lesson to...
Nakrekal: CPM state secretary Tammineni Veerabhadram stated that party was planning to form a united front with 27 ideological parties to teach a lesson to self-centered parties in the State in next elections. He urged several political parties to join hands with them to create a political alternative in the State and also urged the people of the State to support the front in next general elections.
Addressing a public meeting in Nakrekal on Thursday, Tammineni explained the party strategy for next elections and listed out the failures and anti-people policies of ruling Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS).
He informed that party state-level meetings would be held in Nalgonda from February 4 to 7, and party national-level meeting would be conducted in Hyderabad soon. “Party has been planning to form Bhujana Vamapaksha Prajaswamika Sangatna to realise the aspirations of people of the State and provide them a fair and transparent governance in the State,” the CPM leader said.
So far, intellectuals like Gaddar, Professor Kancha Illiaiah, Vimalakka, Vishweshwar Rao, Murlaimanohar and Tirumal have decided to support the front, and discussions are going with Professor Kodandaram, retired Chief Justice Chandra Kumar and other like-minded people seeking their support. Party national leaders has been discussing with BSP Chief Mayawati to join in the front in order to realise the common dream of achieving social justice,” he informed.
Stating that the ruling party has completely ignored its poll promises and welfare of the people, Tammineni accused the Chief Minster K Chandrashekar Rao of encouraging party defections for his political benefits and future of his family.
He further confirmed that the new political outfit will contest all 119 seats in the State. Party leaders Cherupally Seetha Ramulu, Julakanti Rangareddy, Nandyala Narasimha Reddy, Mudireddy Sudhakar Reddy, Veera Reddy and others attended the meeting.