Farmers body calls for creating awareness among agri labour
The CPI-associated Vyavasaya Karmika Sangham state president T Venkatramulu alleged that State government did nothing for the betterment of...
Yadagirigutta: The CPI-associated Vyavasaya Karmika Sangham state president T Venkatramulu alleged that State government did nothing for the betterment of agriculture workers in the State in the last four years of its rule. On Friday, he attended as chief guest to Sangham’s Yadadri-Bhongir district level meeting held at CPI office in Yadagirigutta.
Addressing the gathering, he said government utterly failed in keeping poll promises of 3 acres land to poor SCs and STs and double bedroom houses to poor. “The TRS-government led by Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao stands top in betraying people in the State through their false promises,” he mocked.
He called upon the district leaders of the Sangham to create awareness among agriculture workers over government’s failures and unite them for protests against the government for its anti-farmer and anti-workers policies. Sangam State secretary Kalakonda Kanthaiah urged the leaders to strengthen the organisation by carrying out a membership drive and by constituting village-level committees.
CPI district secretary Goda Sriramulu stated that massive protests should be carried out to solve public issues. Party would extend its cooperation to the agitations of Vyavasaya Karmika Sangham, he added. As part of the meeting, Sangham district committee was elected. Elected members Lingaiah, Muthyalu, Dayakar, Soma Lingam, Bikshapathi and others took part in the meeting.