CPI to intensify fight against TRS govt
Hyderabad: Giving a call to its cadre to wage a fight against the TRS government for leaving the public issues to the wind, CPI has made it clear that the party would intensify public movements against the state government’s policies.
Delivering the inaugural address at the two-day workshop for CPI district secretaries at Maqdoom Bhavan here on Saturday, CPI state secretary Chada Venkat Reddy alleged that Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao has not fulfilled his assurances made in his party manifesto. The people have lost faith in TRS government after watering down the image of political system by encouraging party defections. The TRS government too has been adopting corporate policies like the previous Congress and TDP governments.
Expressing concern, the CPI leader said the people would face new problems with those policies. The government failed to distribute three acre land each to the dalits and not constructed double bed room houses to the poor. The state government, which failed to waive the farmers’ loans in one go was the reason for their suicides in the state.
The TRS government has also failed to regularize services of contract and outsourcing employees. The state government kept the bills of NREGS labourers in pending. The government hospitals were facing shortage of doctors and medical staff. The poor people were facing hardships as they were not availing ration in food security shops. The beneficiaries of Indiramma Houses are facing problems as they have not yet received the pending bills, he alleged.
The national economy was in doldrums due to maladroit decision of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to demonetize big notes, the CPI leader said, adding that unfortunately the new notes were coming in black, he bemoaned. The lives of small traders have deteriorated due to demonetization of big notes, he pointed out and called upon the cadre to intensify movements against the ‘anti-people’ policies of the state and Union governments.
CPI national executive member Aziz Pasha, CPI state assistant secretaries Palla Venkat Reddy, Kunamneni Sambasiva Rao, state executive committee members G Mallesh, E Narsimha, T Srinivasrao, Mallepally Adireddy, N Balamallesh and Madhukar of the education department participated in the meeting. Khammam district unit secretary B Hemantha Rao presided over the meeting. -NSS