Leftist parties burn Centre’s effigy

Leftist parties burn Centre’s effigy
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The CPI, CPI (M) and other leftist parties burnt the effigy of the NDA Government at the dharna chowk  in the town on Tuesday in protest against the introduction of communalism and religious activities in the Universities and other educational institutions. They also raised slogans against the Union government and Prime Minister Narendra Modi. 

Nizamabad: The CPI, CPI (M) and other leftist parties burnt the effigy of the NDA Government at the dharna chowk in the town on Tuesday in protest against the introduction of communalism and religious activities in the Universities and other educational institutions. They also raised slogans against the Union government and Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

District CPM general secretary Dandi Venkat, said that the Union government lead by the BJP was introducing the religious fundamentalism in the Universities and other educational institutions. They accused the BJP activists of creating terror by attacking the CPM and offices of other political parties who were opposed to their policies.

The secular fabric of educational institutions were being systematically destroyed in the country, he lamented, citing the example of the recent incidents in the University of Hyderabad and the Jawaharlal Nehru University. He advised the NDA government not to inject the communalism in Universities, and divide the students on religious lines.

Those opposing the BJP cannot be dubbed as anti-national, he said and warned that the leftists would wage a relentless struggle to free the educational institutions of the communal virus. It was unfortunate that the BJP was trying to create unrest in the Jawaharlal Nehru University, a premier educational institute, which was once the citadel of the leftist organisations.

CPM leaders Ramesh Babu, Sabbani Latha, CPI District General Secretary Velpoori Bhoomaiaha were present.

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