Not in a hurry for tie ups: Narayana

Not in a hurry for tie ups: Narayana
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Vijayawada: The Communist Party of India (CPI) State secretary K Narayana said that they would finalise political tie-ups before the Assembly...

notVijayawada: The Communist Party of India (CPI) State secretary K Narayana said that they would finalise political tie-ups before the Assembly elections only. He participated in the Krishna district unit of CPI meeting at AS Rama Rao Hall here on Saturday. Speaking on the occasion, Narayana said that he can not say whether the CPI would have tie-up with Telangana Rastra Samithi (TRS) in forthcoming elections or not. Reacting to the statement of KCR that the TRS would not have tie-up with any other party, he shot back saying 'who is asking for the TRS support'. He expressed displeasure at the idea of of a third front at national level. He said that all the political parties, except perhaps the TDP and the BJD were having their own hidden agendas. He said that Mulayam, Mayavati, Jayalalitha were having own agendas and Nitish was also interested in PM's chair. He said that the CPI would wait for some more time and they take a decision after observing future developments. He said that the United Progressive Alliance led by the Congress (UPA) and the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) led by the BJP have lost the people's support. He observed that Rahul Gandhi was disinterested in PM's post and all the NDA partners were opposing the leadership of Narendra Modi. Even then, the Congress and the BJP leaderships were projecting these two leaders as Prime Minister candidates, he said. The CPI secretary said that the UPA government was ruling the country using the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI). He said that the Congress was trying to use money transfer scheme as a weapon in the coming elections. He asked people to be beware of the designs of the UPA as it was planning to withdraw all the subsidies in future. He said that they would intensify the electricity agitation at national level. The CPI would organise protests in Delhi, he said and asked the government to withdraw merchant power policy immediately. He criticised the State government for mounting Rs 34,000 electricity charges while cheating the people in the name of `Amma Hastam'. CPI leaders K Subba Raju, Jalli Wilson, AV Gopala Rao, Suryadevara Nageswara Rao, A Vanaja and D Shankar were also present.
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