CPI plans series of protests against State, Centre to highlight people’s problems
- Ridicules Governor’s praise for KCR
Hyderabad: Ridiculing Governor ESL Narasimhan for showering praises on Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao, CPI State secretary Chada Venkat Reddy has alleged that Chandrasekhar Rao’s “raspberry rule” was looking good for Narasimhan.
Speaking to the media here on Monday, Chada said it was unfortunate that the Governor was praising the government forgetting the problems of the people, which cannot be solved with huge publicity. The democracy was in peril after KCR becoming the Chief Minister, he alleged. He announced that the State CPI party would launch agitations to highlight the problems posed by the post-demonetization of big notes. Following a call given by the CPI national party, the State unit will organize protests, agitations and meetings against the decision of Prime Minister Narendra Modi on demonetization of big notes.
The State CPI leader said his party will conduct meetings and protest programmes from January 3 to 10. On January 9, they will stage dharnas in front of banks, ATMs and post offices. The party will also organize bus yatra from January 10 to 19 along with Dalit and tribal unions. On January 22, the party would conduct a public meeting at Indira Park. The AISF, AIYF would take up bus yatra from January 20 to February 2 on the problems of educational sector.
The AISF and AIYF would organize a Vidhyrarthi Yuvajana Garjana meeting at Indira Park on February 2. Chada said his party would observe Constitution Protection Day on January 26 on the occasion of Republic Day. On January 30, the party would observe Secularism Protection Day on the occasion of Gandhiji’s Vardhanti. He said his party will conduct padayatras and jeep yatras in March in the name of “Palle Palleku CPI-Prajala Vaddaku CPI” demanding that the State government fulfill the assurances given to the people. He said the CPI will take up State-level bus yatra from April 1 till the end of May demanding comprehensive development of Samajika Telangana. –NSS