"We have to wait for the situation emerging after the general elections. The character of the alternative alliance will be decided only after the outcome of polls," Yechury told reporters here.
"No one can predict Nitish's next political move. It will be better if Nitish comes forward and tell us about his choice of a coalition (whether UPA, NDA or otherwise)," he said.
He also dismissed the BJP's claim that no case of corruption was reported in the last four years of the NDA rule.
"Under previous governments, there used to be middlemen, but at present, the government itself is playing the role of middleman," he alleged.
When asked about his views about the issue of homosexuality, Yechury said, "We believe that this is not a question of morality but of legality. Whether homosexuality is a crime or not should be decided on legal grounds".
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