Threat to nation from internal forces: CPI leader K Narayana

Threat to nation from internal forces: CPI leader K Narayana
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Senior CPI leader K Narayana said on Tuesday that the nation is facing more danger from the internal forces than the forces outside the country

Ongole: Senior CPI leader K Narayana said on Tuesday that the nation is facing more danger from the internal forces than the forces outside the country.

He flayed the BJP for always bringing to fore the topic of construction of Ram temple in Ayodhya just before elections and later completely ignoring it. He criticised the BJP for trying to influence the judiciary on the issue.

Narayana took part in the deliberations on the last day of the State-level meeting of AP Vyavasaya Karmika Sangham here. The national level meetings of the Vyavasaya Karmika Sangham will be held from December 15 at Tirupati and it will discuss on the action plan for resolving land issues and to fight against the attacks on Dalits.

Narayana said that the BJP government at the Centre had ruined the Constitutional organisations in the country and was following monarchical rule in the country.

He alleged that the tussle between the top bosses in the CBI was also due to the interference of the Prime Minister’s office in the internal affairs of the premier investigative agency.

He said that the BJP wants to use the CBI to conduct raids on people speaking against them. He said that the Union government has been able to influence the Election Commission too and this has been proved in the postponement of notification of Rajasthan elections until the Prime Minister made the announcement of implementation of welfare schemes worth Rs 36,000 crore in Jaipur.

He flayed the BJP for trying to exert pressure on the top management of the RBI. Narayana said 17 parties in the country have joined hands to end the corrupt BJP rule. He said that they will create awareness among the people on the failures and anti-people’s decisions of the BJP.

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