CPI to draw action plan to fight government

By | January 8, 2016

Party’s national council meet in Guntur from today

CPI to draw action plan to fight government : CPI national general secretary Surawaram Sudhakar Reddy said that the CPI will draw an action plan to fight against the anti-people policies of the state and union governments in the CPI national council meeting to beheld at Guntur from January 8. Addressing a press meet at Guntur on Thursday, the senior Communist leader alleged that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has become an imperialist party with the slogan of Akhand Bharat. He recalled that after the visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Pakistan, the BJP national secretary Ram Madhav demanded Akhand Bharat and this reflects the BJP’s “imperialist” ideology Recalling the claims of BJP leaders about increase of Muslim population, he questioned then how can BJP demand Akhand Bharat with the inclusion of Pakistan and Bangladesh Muslim domination countries. He claimed that Akhand Bharat demandisanolddemand of the Sangh Pariwar Mr Sudhakar Reddy said that the BJP government is misleading the public in the GDP issue showing increase of 7 percent.

CPI to draw action plan to fight government

National CPI secretary S. Sudhakar Reddy, along with CPI assistant secretary, AP council, M. Nageswara Rao and CPI Guntur district secretary J. Ajay Kumar adress a press meet at Guntur on Thursday.

He said that last year the government changed GDP norms to show increased growth. He alleged that industrial sector totally deterio. rated, exports totally decreased and lamented that first time exports were badly affected. Mentioning about the dropping of crude oil prices in the international market benefiting the petroleum companies largely, he alleged that the government did not decrease the price accordingly but imposing new taxes on petrol and diesel. He demanded immediate reducyion of petrol price to Rs 15 per litre. Mr Sudhakar Reddy held BJP government responsible for the Pathankot terrorist attack and alleged that BJP government totally failed to restrain infiltrations. He questioned why the intelligencefailed toget information about the infiltration immediately after the visit of Mr Modi.

He claimed that Sangh Pariwar was promoting extremism with its Akhand Bharat and other heedless statements. Mr. Sudhakar Reddy said that the CPI council meeting at Guntur will draw action plan about contesting Assembly elections in Kerala, West Bengal, Puducherry and Assam states, CPI district secretary.J. Ajaykumar, CPI state assistant secretary, M. Nageswara Rao and other leaders participated in the press meet.

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