Puducherry, Apr 11 UNI | 4 months ago

Communist Party of India (CPI) National Secretary D Raja today said the All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK) had severed it's ties with the left parties with a clear political aim.

Addressing a press conference here, Mr Raja said the AIADMK was solely responsible for snapping of ties with the left and the party was yet to give an explanation for this.

Mr Raja pointed out that the party leader was not criticizing BJP or Modi during electioneering while criticizing the congress. The party claimed that it would play an important role in the formation of the government at the Centre, but it was not explaining the nature of the government, he added.

Asked about the formation of a third front, Mr Raja said it was creation of the media. As far as the Left was concerned it was for an alternate to the Congress and BJP, he added. To a question he said the left would increase it's tally in this elections compared to the 2009 elections. Left would be deciding factor in the outcome of the election results in Tamil Nadu and Puducherry, he said, adding put together the CPI and CPI(M) was a force to reckon with.

(Posted on 11-04-2014)