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CWC resolution needs to be withdrawn : B V Raghavulu

CWC resolution needs to be withdrawn : B V Raghavulu
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Expressing concern over the decision to divide the State, B V Raghavulu, CPM general secretary, said here on Monday that the resolution of the CWC needed to be withdrawn to stop the division of the State. Addressing the newsmen at Pucchalapalli Sundaraiah Bhavan, Raghavulu said that several forces have been wishing to divide many states in the country

Expressing concern over the decision to divide the State, B V Raghavulu, CPM general secretary, said here on Monday that the resolution of the CWC needed to be withdrawn to stop the division of the State. Addressing the newsmen at Pucchalapalli Sundaraiah Bhavan, Raghavulu said that several forces have been wishing to divide many states in the country. “The Congress is bent to divide the states only with the aim of helping the multinational companies and large Indian corporate sector,” he added. Coming down heavily on Narendra Modi, the CPM leader said that his Hyderabad speech betrayed his real intention of opportunistic politics.

Referring to Narendra Modi’s statement on communal harmony, he said that it was like devil quoting scriptures. He said that there was every danger that the BJP would be strengthened if the State was divided. The BJP was planning to strengthen its cadre in Telangana by organising one hundred meetings in the region, he said. Lambasting the leaders of TDP, Congress and YSR Congress parties, he said that these leaders were gate-crashing into the agitation being organised by the people and employees only to cheat the latter. The bill in Parliament for the division of the state would be defeated if the Congress, BJP, TDP, YSR Congress changed their stance.


He suggested to the agitators to bring pressure on the party leaders to change their stand on the division of the State instead of mere agitation. There is no point in CPM joining such an agitation which has lost its direction, he said.
District secretary Shadrak, city secretary Pulla Reddy and others were present.

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