CPM condemns vandalising of Delhi AKG Bhavan

CPM condemns vandalising of Delhi AKG Bhavan
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The CPM district unit leaders have staged protests over vandalising AKG Bhavan, the party central committee office in New Delhi on Sunday. A large number of party workers and leaders have staged a dharna at Ambedkar Centre in Hanamkonda and burnt an effigy.

Warangal: The CPM district unit leaders have staged protests over vandalising AKG Bhavan, the party central committee office in New Delhi on Sunday. A large number of party workers and leaders have staged a dharna at Ambedkar Centre in Hanamkonda and burnt an effigy. Speaking on the occasion, party district president S Vasudeva Reddy alleged that RSS and ABVP activists carried the attack on the party New Delhi office. He called upon all the democratic organisations to condemn the attack.

After the BJP government under leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi came into rule at the Centre, communal forces have been gaining strength. It was wrong to depict the students’ agitations at JNU New Delhi as anti-national, he said.

Vasudeva Reddy also objected the BJP allegations wherein they accused the CPM of supporting anti-national forces. Everyone in the country knows very well about the party ideologies, he added. Party leaders S Krishna Reddy, M Chukkaiah, G Prabhakar Reddy, T Uppalaiah, G Venkat and others were present.

NSUI activists stage protest
The activists of NSUI have burnt an effigy of the Central government for allegedly expelling the JNU New Delhi students by branding them as anti-national. The university authorities were coming under pressure from BJP, RSS and ABVP, it was alleged.

The Centre was curbing the students’ right to protest, alleged the leaders of KU Students JAC. They demanded the Centre to bring out Rohith Act to curb caste-based discrimination in the universities. The bus yatra being taken out by the HCU Students JAC would and the KU JAC supported.

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