Call to fight against faulty policies of NDA, TRS govts
CPI State secretary Chada Venkat Reddy has called upon the party workers to launch public movement against the faulty policies of State and Central governments.
Khammam: CPI State secretary Chada Venkat Reddy has called upon the party workers to launch public movement against the faulty policies of State and Central governments.
Addressing the party activists at a meeting here on Tuesday, the CPI leader said only with people's movements, the CPI can regain its past glory. He advised the party workers to move forward irrespective of election defeats.
Venkat Reddy came down heavily on the TRS government led by Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao for taking the State towards bankruptcy. Even though, he promised to build a golden Telangana, the Chief Minister has been leading the State into debt trap.
The TRS government with a debt of Rs 3.24 lakh crore was not able to clear the bills of project works executed by contractors. The government has to clear nearly Rs 40,000 crore to the contractors, who were in a state of perplex, he complained. The CPI leader alleged that no election in the State held so far in Telangana was conducted in a democratic manner.
The government was working with the motto of depriving rights of workers and employees and warned the people in the State would teach a lesson to KCR. He accused Modi government of terrorising the public with NRC, CAA and NPR that were against the Constitutional spirit.
The government intends to take away Constitutional rights of the citizens in India. Venkat Reddy slammed the BJP-led NDA government of privatising public sector entities such as LIC, BSNL and others to benefit the corporate companies that were supporting the BJP.
He gave a call for the Left parties and public in the country to fight collectively for stopping the Centre's decisions which are detrimental to the welfare of lakhs of employees serving in those public sector firms.
The party's senior leaders Puvvada Nageswara Rao, K Sambasiva Rao and the party district secretary B Hemantha Rao also spoke.