Suravaram Calls for Unity to Repel Anti-people Parties

Published: 14th April 2015 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 14th April 2015 06:00 AM   |  A+A-

VISAKHAPATNAM: CPI National general secretary Suravaram Sudhakara Reddy alleged that Prime Minister Narendra Modi was acting as an agent for investors and ruining the country with right-wing politics.

Addressing the CPI general body meeting held in the city Monday, Sudhakar Reddy said that the time has come for all the communist parties to unite and fight against “anti-people” political parties.

With the inspiration of Marxism and Leninism, the communist parties should consider changing their agendas to fight against the corporate-influenced government. Suravaram alleged that the BJP and its allied parties, instead of protecting the welfare of the people, are solely functioning to protect the profit interests of corporates.

“Vexed with the Congress-led UPA government’s array of scams and backed by the large-scale publicity of the BJP, the NDA government acquired  power. Ever since the NDA government came to power, they have been working for the sake of multi-millionaires and safeguarding their businesses,” Suraravam alleged.

“People all over the country strongly wish for the parties to unite,” Suravaram claimed and suggested that all communist wings unite to fight anti-democratic political parties.

CPI District secretary AJ Stalin presided over the meeting. CPI leaders JV Satyanarayana Murty and Manam Anjaneyulu were also present.

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