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Political polarisation only after elections: Suravaram

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CPI leader Suravaram Sudhakar participating in a programme at Narsapur in Medak district.-PHOTO:MOHD ARIF
CPI leader Suravaram Sudhakar participating in a programme at Narsapur in Medak district.-PHOTO:MOHD ARIF

Communist Party of India (CPI) National general secretary Suravaram Sudhakar Reddy said that political polarisation would take place after 2014 general elections and the Left parties were making an effort in that direction to bring all non-Congress and non-BJP secular forces at one place.

Speaking to reporters here on Wednesday Mr. Sudhakar Reddy, who was here to inaugurate the statue of late Chilumula Vithal Reddy, five- time legislator from Narsapur, said that equations were fast changing in the national political arena and regional parties were going to play key role in the national politics. While stating that the Left parties would find new friends after elections he evaded a question on who may be the friend from Andhra Pradesh in post-poll scenario stating that the situation too confusing and it would be hypothetical question to answer.

“United Progress Alliance (UPA) II has miserably failed in improving the growth rate, provide employment and work for the people. Instead they worked to satisfy the investors and foreign direct investment (FDI) promoters. Even the BJP, which claims to be an alternative for UPA, has also failed to propose any viable alternative economic policy,” he said adding that even before the announcement of election the BJP has declared its prime minster candidate and challenging the Congress to name one.

Referring to the claims being made by Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi that the State was ahead of others, the CPI leader said that the Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) has recently pointed out that it was a backward State along with Andhra Pradesh.

Referring to the ongoing agitations in the Seemandhra, Mr. Sudhakar Reddy has alleged that efforts were on to create confusion among them and some leaders are trying to instigate them. While urging the Union Government to clear the doubts of the people from that region, he has suggested the APNGOs and other organizations to withdraw the agitation and come to a dialogue table with Anothony Committee constituted by the Central Government. He said that Hyderabad belongs to all and any one can stay there without fear and the CPI would work in that direction. He said that the fasts taken up by TDP president N Chandrababu Naidu and YCP president YS Jagan are intended to get political mileage.


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