Alleging that drugs, land, sand and Nayeem mafia were freely operating in the new born State, CPI leader Dr K Narayana has demanded that the State government make public “the shares of the ministers in pubs” located in the capital city.
Speaking to the media here on Monday, Narayana said the State government was subjecting farmers to hardships on pretext of irrigation projects. He also criticized Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao saying that he forgot about his promise of providing three acre land to Dalits and double bed room houses to poor.
Narayana participated in a protest at Siddipet sub-jail as part of CPI protest programs against the State and Central governments’ “anti-people” policies. The police took Narayana into custody and shifted him to One Town Police Station as the protestors and police pushed each other at the Sub-Jail. (NSS)