Coimbatore: CPI on Friday said there is an increased possibility for Left and regional parties to form a government at the Centre as BJP and Congress would not get the required majority on their own, after the Lok Sabha elections.
"Congress and BJP will fall short of majority and chances are bright for Left and Secular parties to form the Government," CPI state secretarty D Pandian told reporters here.
Alleging that both the national parties were not discussing the problems of the people, who were suffering due to the wrong economic polices pursued by Congress, he said they have instead made the election individual-centric.
He alleged that the BJP-led NDA was an alliance of contradictions, he said, adding that BJP would not be able to pull along other parties, as many of them were opposed to the manifesto of the saffron party.
Pandian said DMK has to explain what they have done for Tamil Nadu and the people all these years, while AIADMK has to answer why it started campaigning against BJP and its Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi in the 11th hour.