Suravaram slams Modi’s autocratic rule

Hyderabad: CPI National General Secretary Survaram Sudhakar Reddy on Monday launched a scathing against Prime Minister Narendra Modi government at the Centre and alleged that all democratic and Constitutional organizations like Election Commission, CBI and ED were being diluted by the Union government.

He made these remarks while addressing the state council meeting of the party held at the party office in the city. Reddy alleged that communal hatred had showed its true colours in the country under Modi’s rule . He also alleged that the ruling BJP was targeting Dalits and Minorities of the country and carrying out physical attacks against them. He said the people of the country were completely against the Modi government and were waiting for an opportunity to teach him a lesson.
CPI state Secretary Chada Venkat Reddy while noting that the farmers of the state have sustained severe losses due to the recent rains in the state, he alleged that the state government had failed to come to the rescue of the farmers. He said that standing crops like chilly, cotton and tur worth Rs.2000 crore were damaged in the State due to the rains.

He also targeted Chief Minister KCR for not expanding his cabinet and added that the people of the state were struggling a lot to air their problems as they don’t have any minister to approach for the help. Revealing the party plans for the upcoming parliament elections, Reddy said the party was planning to contest from any of the Lok Sabha constituencies of Khammam, Nalgonda, Mahabubabad and Bhongir of the State.

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