First Published Sep 1, 2022, 11:31 AM IST
Hyderabad: The CPM has decided to support the TRS in the by-elections for the previous assembly seat. The CPM gave a clarification to this extent on Thursday. It is known that the CPI had announced on the 20th of last month that it would support the TRS candidate in the previous assembly elections. CPM followed the path of CPI.
CPM State Secretary Tammineni Veerabhadram said that the Congress and TRS had asked their party to support them in the by-election. Veerabhadra made it clear that we have decided to support TRS to defeat BJP. Veerbhadram explained that the decision to support TRS was taken in the CPM state committee.
Left parties have a significant vote bank in the earlier assembly seat. In Munugodu Assembly Constituency, CPM has vote bank in Chautuppal, Sansthan Narayanapuram, Munugodu and Chandur mandals.
The CPM state committee meeting was held recently. In this meeting, the CPM discussed the political situation in the state and the strategy to be followed in the previous by-elections. However, the campaign is going on as if the CPM has come to an opinion in this meeting that it should announce its support to TRS in the previous by-elections. However, CPM Telangana State Secretary Tammineni Veerabhadram announced this matter today.
The CPI state leadership also recently held talks with the CPM regarding the by-election to the previous assembly seat. Left parties are opposing BJP. The CPM leaders discussed in the state committee meeting which party to support in Congress and TRS.
Komatireddy Rajagopal Reddy resigned from the post of Munugodu MLA on 8th August this year. The Speaker approved this resignation. Komatireddy Rajagopal Reddy resigned from the Congress party four days before resigning from the post of MLA. Due to this, the by-elections for the earlier assembly seats had to be held within six months.
Congress, BJP and TRS have taken the by-elections for this constituency ambitiously. With this, the parties made efforts to get the support of the left parties. In this constituency, the Left parties have declared their support for TRS.
Last Updated Sep 1, 2022, 11:42 AM IST