The communist parties in Andhra Pradesh – the CPI and the CPM – are known to piggyback a mainstream party for survival. After their dubious role in bifurcation process, both the parties were left in the lurch in Telangana as well as Andhra Pradesh, having been completely wiped out from the electoral scene. After 2014, the CPI and the CPM […]Read more ›
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Relations between the comrades seem to have hit a new low. CPI and CPM, who keep talking about a merger periodically, have witnessed further deterioration in their camaraderie recently. CPI Narayana was upset that CPM Raghavulu was playing spoilsport in his efforts to forge a combined alliance for the by-polls. While Narayana wanted to support TDP in Andhra and Rayalaseema, […]Read more ›
YSR Congress Party is furious with CPI Narayana for dismissing them as a corrupt outfit without any ideological basis. Narayana gave a series of interviews to various newspapers on the eve of CPI State-level meet commencing in Karimnagar from February 21. His outbursts against the YSR Congress, displayed prominently in Eenadu and Andhra Jyothy, did not go too well with […]Read more ›
The sensational findings of the ACB into excise ‘kickbacks’ may result in the removal of Excise and Prohibition Minister Mopidevi Venkata Ramana. According to the report filed in the court by ACB, Nunna Venkata Ramana, running the wine shops syndicate in Khammam district, paid the Minister Rs 10 lakh as his cut for allowing sale of liquor at prices over […]Read more ›
Political parties cannot function without funding and the communist parties are no exception. However, they are not known to mobilize funds on a large scale like the other parties, which make no bones about collections. Now CPM has been accused of collecting large sums of money from small traders to big industrialists for its forthcoming state-level meeting. Deputy Speaker Mallu […]Read more ›