The Red Party is confused about the alliance with BRS. The debate on whether the BRS Party will travel with the Left Party is also raging in Telangana politics.
However, after the Munugodu by-election, the discussion gained momentum that the left parties will contest together in the next election. There have been statements in this direction from both sides. But now a new debate has started in Telangana politics. They are inquiring whether BRS and Left parties will work together. The excitement is increasing with the latest statements coming from the leftist camps. All these years there has been a debate in CPI and CPM circles as to who will contest how many seats in the alliance.
The BRS MLAs were worried about where the comrades would take their seats. But the communists are unhappy with the way BRS is following. There will be an alliance with the Left parties but it is been said that the red party leaders won’t be offered any ministerial positions in the government. It is reported that both the communist parties are angry about the statements made by the ministers. Comrades are questioning how ministers can make such comments before the discussion about election alliance. The CPM and CPM leaders doubt that there is any attempt to harm them politically. The CPM, however, went a step further and asked the BRS to bind the ministers.
Both the communists have joint control in Khammam and Nalgonda districts. Left leaders feel that the winning constituencies are in a situation where they have enough support to win even if they are not there. It is the claim of the Communist leaders that the Rose Party emerged with the support of the Left parties in the recent by-elections. CPM and CPI are planning to contest in two or three constituencies each in the next elections.
But there is a campaign that the ruling party is not in favor of giving the seats that the Left is asking for. CPM state secretary Tammineni Veerabhadram has been leaked from Paleru. It was discussed that CPI state secretary Koonanneni Sambasivarao will contest in Kothagudem. In addition to these, CPM wants Miryalaguda. CPM intends to contest in Munugodu, Devarakonda, and Husnabad. The Communists are getting confused as the discussion started that they will not give seats unless the ruling party worked with the Left in the elections.
It is thought that the ruling party will show another alternative by not giving seats to the communists in the elections. But the comrades are thinking of sending a signal that if seats are given to them as part of the alliance, it will be beneficial for the ruling party, otherwise, there will be trouble. Their question is how can alliances be forged if there is no mutual cooperation.