| New Delhi |
Published: February 14, 2018 2:18 am
EVEN AS it calls the BJP the “main threat”, and believes that the saffron party and the Congress cannot be treated as “equal dangers”, the CPI(M) says that it will not have either an understanding or electoral alliance with the Congress to defeat the BJP, nor treat the party as allies or partners in a united front.
The party has also ruled out a national-level alliance with any regional party, according to the draft of the party’s political resolution released on Tuesday.
The CPM’s assessment came in for criticism from D Raja, senior leader of Left Front partner CPI. Calling the CPI(M)’s political-tactical line…