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    In a press conference held in Nidamanuru, CPM State Secretary Tammineni Veerbhadram announced that the party is ready to form alliances with other political parties that share similar views to fight against sectarianism. He strongly opposed the BJP and its influence, which the party sees as a threat to the country.

    Veerbhadram stated that the decline of Modi has begun in India and it is clear that he is worried about the country’s alliance-building policies. He criticized the Modi government’s decision to refer to India as “Bharat” as a sign of this fear. He also criticized saffron leaders for not accepting the name of the India alliance, stating that changing the country’s name will not bring meaningful change to people’s lives. Veerbhadram also expressed doubt about the Women’s Reservation Bill, claiming that it was introduced for political gain and to gain sympathy from women. He called for a comprehensive caste census to be conducted alongside the population census to address social disparities effectively.

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    During the press conference, Veerbhadram was joined by former MLA Julakanti Ranga Reddy from Miryalguda, as well as party leaders Mudireddy Sudhakar Reddy and Tummala Veera Reddy, among others.

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