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Communist Party of India (CPI-Marxist) district secretary Pothineni Sudarshan Rao urged the party leaders and activists to strive to fulfil the ambitions of Manchikanti Ram Kishan Rao.
Khammam: Communist Party of India (CPI-Marxist) district secretary Pothineni Sudarshan Rao urged the party leaders and activists to strive to fulfil the ambitions of Manchikanti Ram Kishan Rao.
CPM leaders and activists observed the 21st death anniversary of Manchikanti Ram Kishan Rao was observed at Sundaraiah Bhavan here on Monday and they garlanded his portrait.
Speaking on the occasion, the CPM district secretary lauded the departed leader, Manchikanti that he always took the lead in fighting for the welfare of weaker sections of the people.
As he strongly believed that uplifting the weaker sections was the only way to solve their problems, Manchikanti despite facing odds, lead the movement forward, he added.
‘We must work to turn the anger among the public against the government into a people’s movement, along with fighting against the State and Central governments for implementing anti-people's policies,’ he added.
CPM state leader Buggaveeti Sarala, Ponnam Venkateshwarlu, A J Ramesh, district leaders R Prakash, Y Srikanth, K Narsaiah, M Ramesh, K Srinivasulu, K Narasimha Rao, B Veerabhadram, Shaik Basheeruddin, B Ganapathi and T Lingaiah were present along with others.