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Left Alone After Parting Ways With Jagan!

The Left parties in Andhra Pradesh, which were trying to regain their political base by forging alliance with the YSR Congress party and win a few seats in the next assembly elections in Andhra Pradesh, are left in quandary with YSRC president Y S Jaganmohan Reddy sending feelers to the Bharatiya Janata Party for support.

Now, the Left parties are left with no option but to look for other alternative forces to sustain in the field. As such, it has only two friendly parties now – a defunct Lok Satta and a non-functional Jana Sena Party. But they are not sure how far these two outfits would help them in the next elections.

But they need programmes to remain in the people. The other day, when Jagan held a massive rally in Visakhapatnam against the sensational land scam, the Left parties could not join him because of his latest pro-BJP stand.

A couple of days later, the Communists had to hold a separate agitation programme at the same venue – Gandhi statue near GVMC, to show their presence.

And they raised the same old demand -- CBI probe or judicial inquiry with a sitting judge into the land irregularities. They alleged that the government had ordered a SIT inquiry instead of the public hearing for only to manipulate the case in favour of the culprits.

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