Voters Will Dump BJP, Cong: CPI - The New Indian Express

Voters Will Dump BJP, Cong: CPI

Published: 12th April 2014 08:04 AM

Last Updated: 12th April 2014 08:23 AM

Communist Party of India (CPI) national secretary D Raja has said it was the AIADMK, which ended the alliance with Left parties — CPI and CPM—without any explanation.

Addressing reporters here, Raja said, the AIADMK, which had sent representatives to secular parties’ meeting in Delhi this year, may have decided to sever ties with the Left for political gain in the future.

“After the Delhi meeting, AIADMK snapped ties and was yet to give an explanation for it,” he said.

He said,“The AIADMK has not been criticising the BJP or its Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi of late,  while it was slamming the Congress.”

Raja said AIADMK claimed that it would play an important role in the future Central government but did not explain the nature of the government in which it would play the role.

The CPI leader said, big corporate houses in the country were trying to block the Left parties from gaining in strength and these big industrial houses were backing either the BJP or the Congress, so that they can run a dummy government from behind the scene.

Stressing that Left parties have clear policies on issues and would not deviate from it, Raja said people should not allow religious fundamentalists with Hindutva agenda to come to power and also should not support the ‘corrupt’ Congress.

Earlier, he said the BJP’s Prime Ministerial candidate is the candidate of RSS and he would be rejected by the people.

The CPI leader said Modi revealed about his marital status because of legal compulsions and “what would be the fate of the country, if it was entrusted with him.”

Asked about formation of a third front, Raja said it (third front) was creation of the media and the Left was aiming for an ‘alternative’ at the national-level, which is non-Congress, non-BJP.

Further, Raja said the CPI and the CPI(M) were a force to reckon with and the two would be a deciding factor in the outcome of election results in Tamil Nadu and Puducherry.

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