The political party floated by Pawan Kalyan Janasena had made an alliance with the left parties like the Communist Party of India, Communist Party of India, and Bahujan Samaj Party for the 2019 general elections. However, the alliance did not last too long and the parties had parted ways.
The former alliance party of Janasena CPI had made an appeal to the Janasena party over the alliance of the party. CPI state secretary K. Ramakrishna held a press conference on Saturday to make an appeal to Pawan Kalyan's party.
Ramakrishna said that Janasena should come out of the alliance with BJP accusing the saffron party of indulging in politics for the sake of votes. Dressing the recent security breach incident, the veteran Communist leader breathed fire on the party.
The Communist leader said it's funny that Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is supposed to protect the country, is talking about the threats he has. The alliance between the parties will change ahead of the elections, he said.
His comments came at the time when the discussion had started if Janasena and Telugu Desam Party(TDP), the former alliance parties, will form an alliance for the 2024 general elections in Andhra Pradesh.