CPI (M) politburo secretary Sitaram Yechuri on Sunday at Tripura called for a unified movement to unseat Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) at the centre in 2019 Lok Sabha elections before joining the party’s 22nd Tripura State Conference.
In his address at an open session before the commencement of 22nd CPI (M) Tripura state conference yesterday, Sitaram Yechuri said attacks on Dalits, women, youths were rising in the BJP regime.
BJP is using communal force to divide people, he said and appealed people to help CPI (M) and other left parties in mobilizing anti-BJP votes across the country.
“There are three things that have to be done. BJP and its ally political parties should be defeated. Number of MPs from CPI (M) and other Left parties in the Parliament should be increased. And an alternative government with pro-people policies should be established at the centre”, Yechuri said.