CPI May exit Mahakutami?

Vastavam web: The Communist Party of India (CPI) which is part of Mahakutami alliance under the leadership of Congress party may go independent for Telangana assembly polls. Based on its strengths, the CPI asked 12 seats in the alliance, but, the leaks of Congress confirms only 3 seats – Bellampally, Vyra and Husnabad.

Sources said that the state leadership flayed on the national leaders for not taking initiation in AICC’s meetings in order to demand more seats. Responding to the allegation, Mr. Suravaram told them that the state leadership should deal with the alliances at state level. Following the reply, the state leadership under supervision of Chada Venkat Reddy and others med TDP-TS chief Mr. L. Ramana, TJS Chief Professor Kodandaram, Congress senior leader Mr. Jana Reddy and explained that the party desires two more seats that are Kothagudem and Munugodu. The leaders informed media that in case, the congress rejects its proposal; the CPI would go lonely in the elections by contesting in more segments.