Possible tie-ups only after bifurcation, says CPI (M)
January 17, 2014 - Hyderabad
The Communist Party of India (CPI)(M) has decided to concentrate the possible tie-ups in the next general elections only after debate on the AP State Reorganization Bill 2013 is over. A senior leader of the party reportedly said that the party's state leadership is weighing various prospects of a change in the political permutations and combinations that could happen after a debate on the Bill. It may be recalled here that the YSRCP had made no secrets of its intention of having alliance with it as it stood for the cause of united State.
No possible tie-up with TDP
In the back drop of the TDP that wants to sail with BJP thing time may result of no possible ties with the party. It may be recalled that the Left Parties had alliances with the TDP and TRS in 2009 general elections.
Significant changes would come
A senior functionary of the party said that the equations would undergo significant changes if the Bill is passed in Parliament. The formation of new Telangana State would restrict YSRCP to residuary AP and there was no scope for a new party being reportedly considered by the Chief Minster.