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Left striving for 3rd front: Raja

The Left parties are striving hard to form a third front for the forthcoming parliamentary election, said CPI national secretary D Raja. While coalition governments had become the order of the day, Raja said that there was a definite space for forming non-BJP or non-Congress a third front.

Published: 09th April 2013 09:42 AM  |   Last Updated: 09th April 2013 09:42 AM   |  A+A-

The Left parties are striving hard to form a third front for the forthcoming parliamentary election, said CPI national secretary D Raja. While coalition governments had become the order of the day, Raja said that there was a definite space for forming non-BJP or non-Congress a third front.

Speaking to Express on the sidelines of Ambedkar birthday celebration organised at Madurai Kamaraj University here on Monday, he said the Left parties were striving for a non-BJP or non-Congress rule as both the parties hardly have any difference in their policies.

When asked whether there was a possibility of an early election, Raja said the current government was facing a huge credibility crisis, which made its own ministers comment on survival. Hence, the speculation for an early election was high. The Prime Minister himself commented that there was a political uncertainty prevailing in the country, he said.



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