Suravaram Lashes Out At PM Modi In CPI Meeting
Hyderabad, Dec.26 (Maxim News): CPI national former general secretary Suravaram Sudhakar Reddy today hit out at the Modi Government in the Centre for three new farm laws against the farmers in the country. At the cost of farmers and their welfare, the Modi dispensation hatched a conspiracy with Adani and Ambani to loot the farmers, he alleged.He unfurled the CPI flag to mark its 96th foundation day here at Makhdoom Bhavan with other leaders of the party here at Himayat Nagar in Hyderabad. CPI state secretary Ch Venkat Reddy chaired the meeting attended by leaders including Palla Venkat Reddy, ET Narsimha, Pashya Padma, and other leaders of the CPI, Praja Paksham Editor K Srinivas Reddy and others.
Speaking on the occasion the former MP accused the BJP Government of conspiring against the farmers through new farm laws who are on a warpath for about one month in Delhi and elsewhere.
Sudhakar Reddy called upon the political parties and people to join hands against the Modi government to repeal the farm laws..Modi Government has colluded with businessmen and corporate honchos like Adani and Ambani to privatise the farm sector at the cost of farmers’ lives, he fumed.
He reiterated that the left will remain as long as the tears of the people and hunger exists on the earth.
We will fight for the cause of the workers, labourers, poor and masses, Sudhakar Reddy declared.
The Saffron party has been coming up with decisions against the people and working class and farmers. The left parties will unite and stage protests until the new farm laws are withdrawn, Reddy said.
The Modi government using fake farmers to dilute the agitating farmers who are in Delhi with 80000 trucks as part of their prolonged dharnas.The farmers should not feel hurt through worst laws by the government in the Centre he said.After the congress, the CPI is the oldest party which fought for giving land for the tiller, Sudhakar Reddy added.As long as the tears and hunger remain we the communists continue our fights and make protests he added.The Centre should withdraw its farm laws and call a meeting with agitating farmers.(Maxim News)