The CPI Bihar unit said it has nothing to do with "Grand Alliance" and in its place the party would like to have a "Left Democratic Secular Front" with RJD and Congress for the crucial 2019 general election in the state.
"There is a possibility of realignment. This realignment is the policy which the CPI has been talking about from the beginning. There should be a one-to-one contest, if not an all India understanding between all the parties," the party General Secretary S Sudhakar Reddy said.
The CPI has taken a national position on issues like "encounters" and UAPA and the party cannot take a different approach in Kerala on these matters, Rajendran told PTI in an interview at Thiruvananthapuram.