KCR is Allocating Precious Natural Resources to Companies: Chada
HYDERABAD: Stating that political parties, which were making many assurances on the eve of elections, were concentrating on self-interests after coming to power, Telangana CPI secretary, Chada Venkat Reddy, said and called upon the people to fight against their selfish attitudes.
Inaugurating Telangana State CPI Women’s Federation State-level political training classes at Maqdoom Bhavan here on Friday, Chada alleged that Chief Minister Chandrasekhar Rao has miserably failed in fulfilling the aims of creation of separate Telangana State. Alleging that the governments were allotting precious natural resources to corporate companies, he called upon the women leaders and activists to wage a war against these policies.
Criticizing the BJP Government at the center for trying to survive by creating differences between religions instead of creating cordial relations between them, the CPI leader said the center was resorting to attacks on minority religions. He asked the women to play a pivotal role in protecting the secularism, democracy and socialism in the country. He opined though women achieved freedom of speech, and there was a need to achieve economic freedom. Chada said it would be possible only with establishment of a welfare State.
Finding fault with the political parties for back stepping on providing 33 percent reservation for women in legislative bodies, the CPI leader lamented that the lives of 130 crore people in 60 years of freedom were in confusion.
He alleged that the governments, which were collecting taxes from the people through various methods, were giving subsidies only to the rich to get benefits from inside. “The governments were resorting to indiscriminate arrests and keeping them in jails if anyone dared to question them,” he added.
Alleging that Rao was passing time with “sweet words,” Chada said the former has failed to fulfill his assurances made during elections. He called upon the women to participate in large numbers in dharnas to be staged on July 3, 4, and 5 in front of the MPDO offices.
Women leaders Chaya Devi, Nedunuri Jyothy, Prem Pavani, and others participated. (NSS)