National General Secretary of CPI (M) Sitaram Yechuri today said that secular parties would contest unitedly in 2019 Lok Sabha elections to oust Narendra Modi government from the power as people were fed up with policies of present regime at the Centre.
Mr Yechuri told media persons here that crushing defeat of BJP in three states including Madhya Pradesh, Rajsthan and Chhattisgarh in recently held Assembly elections, indicated the fact that people were fed up with policies of Narendra Modi government.
Such resentments were visible in other states across the country and it was the mood of the people which forced realignment to counter Narendra Modi government in 2019 Lok Sabha elections, he added.”Motive of the proposed alliance of secular parties at national level is to prevent split of anti BJP votes across the country in 2019 Lok Sabha elections to ensure defeat of
Narendra Modi government,” CPI(M) leader said adding that such alliance would first take shape in states and later at the national level. People had voted Narendra Modi government to power with great expectations in 2014 Lok Sabha elections but all their hopes remained shattered after four and half years, he noted.
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