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Left will continue to fight against anti-people policies of Centre, State

Left will continue to fight against anti-people policies of Centre, State
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The Left parties would continue to wage struggle against the policies of the NDA government at the Centre and the TRS government in the State. The Left had suffered drubbing in the last general elections but it did not mean that they were rejected by the people CPI State Conference Invitation Committee president and former legislator Puvvada Nageswara Rao said here on Tuesday.

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Khammam: The Left parties would continue to wage struggle against the policies of the NDA government at the Centre and the TRS government in the State. The Left had suffered drubbing in the last general elections but it did not mean that they were rejected by the people CPI State Conference Invitation Committee president and former legislator Puvvada Nageswara Rao said here on Tuesday.

Speaking to media, Rao launched a broadside against the NDA-led Central and TRS-led State governments, stating that both had ignored the problems being faced by the people, while rolling out red carpet to corporate forces. “Despite they got a fewer number of seats in the general elections last year, the Left parties will continue their fight against anti-people policies being pursued by the government,” he said. He lashed out at the Prime Minister Narendra Modi for promoting communal forces, such as RSS and Bhajrang Dal.

Senior CPI leader Puvvada Nageswara Rao addressing the media in Khammam on Tuesday

Rao accused the Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao of neglecting the plight of farmers in the State. District secretary Bagam Hemanth Rao said comrade Razab Ali’s statue would be unveiled at Nayudupet here on March 7 as part of party’s four-day State Conference. Senior leaders T V Chowdary, Potu Prasad, Mekala Sangaiah and Sk Johnymiya were among others present.

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