Wednesday 13 August 2014

Left for united front against Modi policies

Left parties have decided to join hands and launch a united struggle against Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s economic policies and communal politics.
The centenary celebrations of CPI legendary leader Chandra Rajeswara Rao here on Monday saw top leaders of the CPI, CPI (M), RSP and CPI (ML) giving a call to oppose the policies being pursued by the BJP led NDA Government at Centre.
The real tribute to him is to oppose the communal agenda of the BJP and its over dependence on corporate investments. CPI national general secretary Suravaram Sudhakar Reddy said that the BJP which rode to power on the backing of the corporate houses was following the same policies implemented by the previous UPA Government. He said the two month rule of Modi only reflected the privatisation and FDI in key sectors.
Mr. Sudhakar Reddy also referred to the creation of Telangana and AP and lamented Centre’s decision to give special powers to Governor. CPI (M) general secretary Prakash Karat ridiculed the Prime Minister’s oft repeated statement during the election campaign that good days were in the offing for the people of country.
“Even after 75 days, people are still waiting for the good days as the NDA Government is going on privatisation spree and inviting FDI in key sectors,” he pointed out.
Mr. Karat said good days have come for the corporate houses where as it was black day for the common man. The RSP general secretary Abani Roy said the Prime Minister was paying back to the corporate houses that had enabled his elevation to the top post.
CPI (ML) general secretary Deepankar Bhattacharya said united fight against the NDA Government was the need of the hour.
CPI secretary K. Narayana and former MP Azeez Pasha gave a call to the Left parties to take on the anti-people’s policies of the governments.
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  • Dinesh Reghunath R I m optimistic...

  • Satyaprakash Gupta Hope is really there with Left ideology but Left Parties must unite and create some material glamour that may scintillate youths and working class otherwise old path of left party to bring out a huge procession on certain issues will be registered into oblivion.

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