Sitaram Yechury seems to be unhampered by the BJP’s expanding political might.The present-day political scenario is moderately different from what it was developed during the year 1996 and the year 2004 respectively.
Even then, the CPM general secretary Sitaram Yechury was not wholly dispirited and brought forth views suitable to the persisting political condition. He was presently thinking a lot different. His skilled thoughts were both supporting and explicatory. His mentality might disturb other political parties to speculate on his optimistic direction. He has recently made it clear that the opposition did not necessarily need a face to take on the winning ability of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the ensuing 2019 general elections.
He wanted to prove his points by saying that there was no full-fledged arrangement of the pre-election front in the year 2004 when AB Vajpayee had faced a defeat in the then general elections. He more or less stressed upon that the opposition in the recent days did not require a political face to contest the 2019 general polls.
Thus, he pointed out the united hands of the opposition parties had the power to face the Modi’s surging political challenge in the next year parliamentary polls. The primary objective should be focused on a solid united stand against the BJP-RSS government, as he reiterated. That was why his confidence for the talks with different other parties did not end immediately.
What he maintained emphatically was that the opposition parties were resolute in rooting out the mighty Bhartiya Janata Party. However, his critics could find efforts rather inferior to the ruling party’s political acumen or competence.
The leader also mentioned that there did not stay a monolithic electoral formula in our democratic country. If the BJP was telling the country’s people its shinning performances, the opposition parties were not accepting its bloated claims.