End exploitation of workers: Left parties
Left parties: End Exploitation of Workersarties, Several political parties on Thursday organised May Day celebrations. CPI state secretary K Narayana hoisted the party flag at AITUC office in Himayathnagar on Wednesday and later led a rally towards Ramkoti via Narayanguda and YMCA.
Hyderabad: Several political parties on Thursday organised May Day celebrations. CPI state secretary K Narayana hoisted the party flag at AITUC office in Himayathnagar on Wednesday and later led a rally towards Ramkoti via Narayanguda and YMCA. Later speaking at a public meeting, he asked the workers to be aware of the thugs, land mining and liquor mafia run by politicians. He felt that under the name of neo-liberal policy, all the corporate forces were collaborating with mafia, which has taken refuge under politics.
Critical of the so-called liberal policies adopted by bourgeois political parties, the Congress and BJP, Narayana held that they had unleashed mayhem. Taking a dig at the YSRCP and CPI (M) alliance, he questioned as to how it would be, if the portrait of Sundarayya is kept along with Jagan's picture. He also questioned the sincerity of Narendra Modi, Chandrababu Naidu and Jaganmohan Reddy in solving the problems faced by workers in the Seemandhra region.
CPI (M) state secretariat member Sarampally Mallareddy, after hoisting the flag at the MB Bhavan, called upon workers to put a united fight against the capitalists and corporate companies. According to him, the norm of eight-hour work which came into existence after several struggles, was being violated and workers were exploited.
The revolutionary poet Gaddar, who took part in a programme organised by Telangana Praja Front (TPF), questioned the politicians, as to what the workers and poor got after the formation of Telangana. He vowed to fight for the welfare of the workers till his last breath. CPI (M-L) New Democracy celebrated May Day at Sundarayya Vignana Kendram. Ganta Chakrapani attended the programme as the chief guest. The speakers, including Sadineni Venkateswara Rao, were critical of the exploitation of workers in private organisations. He called upon the workers to fight against this trend by drawing inspiration from the ideals of Karl Marx.