K. Narayana Lashes Out At BJP

Hyderabad, Nov.28 (Maxim News): CPI National secretary Dr. K. Narayana today lashed out at BJP led Central government and said that family rule of a State government was far better than RSS led rule.

He announced that they would soon launch Prime Minister Narendra Modi hatao program in the country.

He also said that agitation were being held in the country due to the non organization of agitation programmes. Speaking to media persons in the city, he said that modi’s rule was very dangerous to the country. He said that modi’s rule was taking the country towards failure of the country. He said that 19 political parties had joined hands together against Modi government.

He said that they had given call for Modi Hatao government. Referring to the statement of Modi that he would not encourage corrupt leaders in his cabinet, he mocked that Modi cabinet had 34 corrupt Ministers. He alleged that the trafficking of drugs was being done from Adani port in Gujarat. (Maxim News)


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