CPI state secretary Chada Venkat Reddy has asked the centre to tell the secret behind the demonetisation of big and alleged that Prime Minister Narendra Modi failed to bring back the black money deserved in foreign countries within 100 days after assuming the office.
Participating in the Rangareddy district party construction mahasabha held at Begum Function Hall at Shamshabad here on Saturday, Chada found fault with the Modi for giving publicity to the demonetisation of big notes a revolution. Lashing out at Modi, Chada said that Modi favoured black money holders and troubled common man without taking up alternative steps to avoid the troubles. Modi was working in favour of corporate forces and abolished Rs.2lakh crore arrears of them. Modi also abolished Rs.10 lakh crore tax subsidy to the big sharks. Modi government was extending support to the rich and investors.
Swatch Bharat and Make in India remained as slogans and did nothing to the people. 350 MPs were crorepathis, he alleged and demanded Modi to make their money public by ordering raids on their residences. The communal forces were resorting to attacks on left parties, daliths and minorities. He wished to unite red flag and blue flag to face communal forces.
Party leaders P Venkatramulu, Srujana, K Srisailam Goud, M Narasimha, K Narsimha, Sailu Goud, E Narsimha, Dr D Sudhakar, K Narasimha Reddy, Bala Narsimha, Sayyad Afsar, Zahir Khan, Riyaz, Ravindra Chary, P Parvathalu, Srinivas, Yadaiah participated in the meeting while P Jangaiah, P Narsingrao, R Nagesh Goud, K Narsimha Reddy and K Narsimha presided over the program. (NSS)