New Delhi: The CPI-M on Friday said the Left was under no pressure from any other party for government formation.
“There is no pressure at all on us. The mood is fine and excellent,” CPI-M leader Sitaram Yechury said when asked if there was pressure on them to support a secular government at the Centre.
On whether the Left will support Nitish Kumar as the Prime Minister of a secular front as reported in a section of the media, he said: “Let the results come out, we will know.”
On the post-poll scenario, party politburo member M K Pandhe said that no talks have been held so far on the issue of prime ministership.
“We will have to talk with our other Left allies on whom should be made Prime Minister. Till results are out, we are not discussing this issue,” Pandhe said.
He said the ultimate objective of the Left front was to work towards forming a non-BJP and non-Congress government at the Centre.