Alleging that Sangh Pariwar atrocities across the nation were increasing, CPI state secretary Chada Venkat Reddy has said that the Telangana state government too following the footsteps of centre.
Participating in the CPI’s second State Mahasabha preparatory meeting held here on Basheer Bagh Press Club here on Tuesday, Chada said that the people had brought several issues to the notice of the party during Poruyatra. The government was afraid of Poruyatra, he remarked and called upon the youth to get ready for another movement for the development of the state.
He alleged that the Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao’s government was adopting dictatorial, undemocratic policies and said that the CPI will move forward facing the government atrocities. He said that they will reach the people with the slogan ‘Palle Palleku CPI- Prajala Vaddaku CPI’ and stated that they will refresh the party as movements’ party. He called upon the party activists and leaders to make the Mahasabha to be held in April next year a big success as it was conducting in special conditions.
Alleging that KCR was extending his support to the Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Chada said that the Sangh Pariwar attacks were increased particularly against Minorities.
Former MP Azeez Pasha said that they will conduct Mahasabha on grand note considering it as a prestigious one. He said that there was no meaning to the democracy when there was no opposition and made it clear that they will teach a fitting lesson to KCR.
Palla Venkat Reddy, Puvvada Nageshwara Rao, Gunda Mallesh, Pashya Padma, Mallepally Adhi Reddy, N Bala Mallesh, Erla Narsimha, VS Bose, ET Narsimha participated in the meeting. (NSS)