It is known that CPI has a good following in Huzurnagar, has extended its support to the TRS party in the upcoming by-elections in the constituency. Though the fight between TRS and Congress is expected to be tough, CPI’s support made the ruling party of Telangana have an edge over Congress. Now, shockingly, the TRS is facing the heat from the communist party.
In the ongoing TSRTC strike, where the Telangana Chief Minister KCR went against the RTC employees, announcing that he would suspend over 48000 employees, CPI leaders lashed out at KCR, saying that he cannot dictate such kind of ruling on the RTC employees.
CPI State Secretary Chada Venkat Reddy said that they are not going to spare the government, when it resorts to the violation of the rights of the workers. Assuring to stand in support of such workers, he demanded the government to release all the employees, who were arrested and also demanded to pay the salaries, that were put on hold.
As Chada came up with such harsh comments on KCR, it was anticipated that CPI would withdraw its support to the TRS in Huzurnagar by-elections. But shockingly, Chada avoided the discussion, saying that the movement is different from politics. If CPI ignores support, then the TRS may step down and may go in favor of the TSRTC employees. But the communist party’s strategy on the ruling party is now confusing the public.