New Delhi: TDP chief Chandrababu Naidu
today said the non-UPA and non-NDA parties will soon meet to
decide on their future course of action in cornering the
Central government over price rise and other issues.
Naidu, former Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister, met
CPI(M) General Secretary Prakash Karat and CPI leader A B
Bardhan and discussed the issue and the steps they would take.
"The UPA has failed on all fronts, especially in
controlling price rise. The non-Congress, non-BJP front will
meet soon and launch another agitation against the Centre," he
told reporters after the meeting.
He also called on Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and
explained him the difficulties faced by farmers in Andhra
"I explained to the PM about the farmers` condition in
the state and also their problems. The state government has
failed to protect their interests," he said.
He also asked Singh to take steps to control the
spiralling price rise in the country.