Opining that the drugs mafia would carry on their activities without the support of political leaders, CPI leader Dr K Narayana has alleged that the SIT was hunting “small fish” leaving sharks in the sensational drugs case.
Speaking to the media here on Saturday, Narayana asked the SIT to reveal the names of political leaders if it was sincere. Stating that it was natural that film artistes have some weaknesses, Narayana said it was wrong to paint the entire film industry as bad as only four or five artistes committed mistakes. He said the Centre was initiating steps to increase the number of Assembly seats in Telugu States as the BJP strongly feels that they could win more seats in the next election. Stating that the economic sector was in the reverse gear at national level, Narayana said the CPI has given a call for ‘Jail Bharo’ program from July 24 to 26. (NSS)