CPI conducts protest rally against fuel price hike

CPI conducts protest rally against fuel price hike
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Communist Party of India (CPI), Qutbullapur constituency council, held a rally from the CPI office here to the last bus stop of Jagadgirigutta on Sunday, condemning the recent hike of petrol and diesel prices, and burnt the effigy of Central government in protest.

Jagadgirigutta: Communist Party of India (CPI), Qutbullapur constituency council, held a rally from the CPI office here to the last bus stop of Jagadgirigutta on Sunday, condemning the recent hike of petrol and diesel prices, and burnt the effigy of Central government in protest. CPI constituency secretary E Uma Mahesh organized the protest rally while the CPI state secretary Anjaiah participated in the protest as chief guest.

Addressing the gathering, G Anjaiah said that the price hike would not only have any impact on the regular commuters but also on the common people as prices of essential commodities would also increase with it. He criticized BJP government, which had promised to strive for the welfare of the poor people during elections and went back on it by increasing prices thereby causing hardship.

He accused the BJP of colluding with the industrialists and ignoring the interests of common people. Among those who participated in the protest include district president of Mahila Samakhya G Varamma, district committee member C Venkatesh, CPI secretaries MS Reddy, Haranath, Yadagiri, Sadanand, CPI committee members Hameed, Ramulu, Bhaskar, AIYF leaders Mahesh, Praveen, AIYF activists Imam, Raju, Chari, Sudhakar and others.

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