CPI organises jail bharo in Mahbubnagar
The Communist Party of India (CPI) leaders in Mahbubnagar here on Monday criticised the State and Central governments for pursuing “wrong policies”...
Mahbubnagar: The Communist Party of India (CPI) leaders in Mahbubnagar here on Monday criticised the State and Central governments for pursuing “wrong policies” and failing to fulfil the poll promises.
While staging a jail bharo protest, CPI Mahbubnagar district leaders took out a rally from CPI party office to Telangana Chowrasta on Monday. Later when they tried to barge into the District Collectorate, the police stopped them and arrested them.
While speaking on the occasion, CPI district Secretary Paramesh Goud said, “Both the Central and State governments have taken the people for a ride. The Modi government had come to power by promising more than two crore jobs to the youth and deposit of Rs 15 lakh into the accounts of poor people in the country. But what is happening during the past four years is clearly visible to the public. Not a single poll promise by the BJP and TRS parties have been fullfilled,” alleged Paramesh Goud.
While taking a jibe at the Central government’s wrong policies, Paramesh Goud slammed the Modi government for not even fulfilling a single promise made in the AP Reorganisation Act. He alleged that the Modi government had taken the Telangana people for ride.
They had not bifurcated the High Court and more than 40 Central government institutions and corporations because of which the employees of Telangana are still facing problem and losing their opportunities in promotion and seniority. “We are demanding that the State and Central governments shun their wrong policies and provide support to the poor farmers who are dying due to agrarian crises in the country,” he said.
He said so fare more than three lakh farmers in the country had committed suicide during the past four years under the Modi government and even today not a single initiative had been taken by the Central government to mitigate the problems being faced by the farmers. He alleged the demonetisation, introduction of GST and other reforms are today breaking the backbone of the common man, while those who looted the country of thousands of crores are left scot- free to live happily in foreign countries, said Paramesh while referring to fugitives like Vijay Malya, Nirab Modi and other corporate baggies who looted the banks by taking the loans.
While slamming at the KCR government, Paramesh Goud alleged that the Chief Minister had not even implemented a single decision taken during the Telangana States first cabinet meeting of ministers. He said KCR is fooling the people by false promises and big talks but in reality, there is nothing happening on the ground.