CPM national conference to be held in April at Hyderabad
After a gap of 27 years, the national conference of Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPM) is going to be held at Hyderabad in Telangana in April, informed State leader of the party Pothineni Sudharshan Rao here on Monday.
Khammam: After a gap of 27 years, the national conference of Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPM) is going to be held at Hyderabad in Telangana in April, informed State leader of the party Pothineni Sudharshan Rao here on Monday.
A district-level meeting was held with representatives of the party district unit and with mandal secretaries under the leadership of Yerra Srikanth here at Sundarayya Bhavan in Khammam on Monday.
Speaking at the meeting, P Sudharshan Rao said the decisions taken by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) after coming to power have pushed people of various sections of society, including farming community, into problems.
The incidents of farmers suicides are on the rise and the Centre is not in a mood to look into the issue, Pothineni alleged.
“When there are about 30 crore unemployed youth in the country, the Narendra Modi government announced just 2 crore jobs. That too it did not implement till date. The BJP government is trying to privatise Railways, Education, Medical, Farming and insurance sectors by introducing Foreign Direct Investment (FDI),” he criticised.
Slamming Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao, the CPM leader said KCR was trying to kill democracy by suppressing the voices of opposition parties using police power.
Party district secretary Nunna Nageswara Rao said elaborate arrangements were made for giving wide campaign through posters, pamphlets and wall writings for the national conference.
Meanwhile, the bus Yatra will enter the district on March 29, and cover Kusumanchi, Khammam, Bonakal, Wyra and Enkoor mandals, he added. Party leaders Ponnam Venkateshwarlu, Kalyanam Venkateshwar Rao, Battula Lenin, Bandi Ramesh, Bhukya Veerabhadram, B Sarala and M Bharati were present along with others.