CPI for all-party effort for special status


Communist party of India (CPI), which has been fighting for the special category status to Andhra Pradesh along with YSR Congress, for the first time, made a demand that chief minister Chandrababu Naidu should lead an all party delegation to New Delhi. Even though all opposition parties – Congres, YSRCP, CPI,CPM etc are demanding the special status, they are not able to give an united call. Disunity has made the voice weak.

In this backdrop, CPI Andhra Pradesh secretary K Ramakrishna suggested chief minister Naidu that he should come forward to lead an all-party delegation to Prime Minister Modi. Given the volatile situation in the state, the suggestion would go a long way in restoring normality and open a chapter of collective politics in the state. Even though Naidu has been visiting New Delhi and facing the criticism that he was not able put across the demand strongly, he also has never thought of leading an all party delegation to make the effort transparent and look collective. Naidu is comfortable with disunity among the opposition parties. Similarly, as the sole recognized opposition, YSRCP leader Jagan doesn’t want share the opposition status with anybody. Ramakrishna wants the leading parties to put an end to the monopolistic politics.

Let’s see how would CM Naidu respond to the suggestion.

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