Lok Satta

Wednesday, 14 May 2014 12:18

CPI leader betraying political Bankruptcy: Loksatta

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The Loksatta Party today charged CPI leader K. Narayana with reducing politics to buffoonery by indulging in indecent remarks against everyone.

In a media statement, State Loksatta Party President Katari Srinivasa Rao said that Mr. Narayana stooped to make unwarranted comments against Loksatta Party national President Dr. Jayaprakash Narayan. Either he has not recovered from the stress and strain of campaigning in scorching heat or is seized by a fear of defeat in the election to the Lok Sabha from Khammam, Katari said.

Katari recalled that the Loksatta has decided to support the NDA in the general elections to the Lok Sabha keeping mind the critical situation the country as also the two emerging Andhra Pradesh and Telangana States are facing and its commitment to promote economic development, create jobs, provide good governance and preserve the country’s unity. Since the Loksatta is not in a position to form a Government on its own, it has chosen to contest only from Malkajgiri to the Lok Sabha by utilizing its limited resources.

Mr. Narayana should refrain from abusing others with an eye on headlines in media. His baseless allegations against a party which pursues rational, transparent and democratic politics merely reflect his political bankruptcy. Mr. Narayana should, instead, cultivate the courage to accept ground realities and correct flaws in his outdated thinking.