Congress and CPI(M) unite for the West Bengal assembly elections in 2021

Congress and CPI(M) unite for the West Bengal assembly elections in 2021

Indian National Congress and Communist Party of India (Marxist) unite their hands to defeat the BJP and TMC for the West Bengal assembly elections in 2021. Secretary General of CPI(M) Sitaram Yechury announced this on Saturday. In addition the party will coalitions with secular parties in Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Assam will be formed. On 30 and 31 October at an online conference of CPI(M), they have taken this decision.

The CPI(M) will keep on contest elections as a part of the Left Democratic Front in Kerala. The party will play the contest elections as part of the DMK-led coalition in Tamil Nadu. The CPI(M) party will contest the elections in participation by all opposition parties, including the Congress party, to vanquish the occupant BJP govt in the Assam state. Sitaram Yechury said that, “The LDF and CPI(M) will have a discretionary comprehension with every single party in West Bengal, including the Congress party, which look for defeat the Trinamool Congress and the BJP”.

Sitaram Yechury
Sitaram Yechury

“Indian govt and Prime Minister Narendra Modi have basically abandoned their duty towards containing the Covid-19 pandemic. Most terrible is the way that a big number of crowds have been exposed to a one-two punch attack of the coronavirus pandemic and the extending the economic system downturn. The CPI(M) requested to PM Modi to give money for the free food grain since the public lockdown nationwide but central Govt refuses it. The nationwide lockdown was imposed on 25 March. There is positively no arrangement of help for developing sufferings of the individuals, joblessness and rising appetite”, He added

Communist Party of India CPI(M) right now has just 26 MLAs out of 294 in an assembly house. The West Bengal assembly elections are probably going to occur on 2021 May and inside the CPI(M), the transition to align with the Congress is being viewed as a strategic move to increase some lost ground in West Bengal which the Left governed for a continuous more than 3 decades.