CPI alleges KCR-Modi deal on black money

Warangal: CPI general secretary Suravaram Sudhakar Reddy has alleged that Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao had met the Prime Minister recently to enter into an agreement with the latter to transform his black money into white.

Addressing the CPI State Construction Workers Maha Sabha on Monday at Gangasani Sathyapal Reddy Nagar in Haritha Convention Hall at Hanmakonda, Suravaram suspected that it could be the reason for KCR not reacting to the demonetization decision because he had thousands of crores worth Rs 1000 and Rs 500 notes. The CPI general secretary also claimed that KCR had purchased opposition parties’ MLAs with thousands of crores of rupees and was trying to see there would be no opposition party in Telangana.  “It is a very dangerous trend in a democratic country”, he stated.  

Suravaram alleged that the Centre was causing havoc in the country by encouraging religious fanaticism and stressed the need for Left parties to put an end to these developments. He slammed Prime Minister Narendra Modi for causing severe loss to small traders and common people by demonetizing Rs 1000 and Rs 500 notes. The impact of the sudden demonetization of big notes without any pre-plan, created chaos among the common people and made them to stand in queues before banks and ATMs for days. “The poor people failed to attend their daily work due to demonetization of big notes”, he deplored.

Suravaram said poor people were facing a lot of troubles in Telangana. He  alleged that the double bed room scheme was being kept aside and irregularities took place in Mission Kakatiya and Mission Bhagiratha. He urged the party activists to go to root level to strengthen the party.

Earlier, party senior leader Madatha Kalidas unfurled the party flag. CPI state secretary Chada Venkat Reddy and party activists in large numbers were present. The meeting will continue for three days and 383 party delegates, 31 district party secretaries, state executive members and state council members are taking part in the meeting.

-NSS

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