Maoists Urge People to Boycott Warangal Bypoll

Published: 18th November 2015 04:24 AM  |   Last Updated: 18th November 2015 04:24 AM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: Communist Party of India (Maoist) urged the people to boycott Warangal byelections on Tuesday.

“Either its fake encounter of maoists Shruthi and Vidyasagar, removal of 1200 municipal and panchayatraj workers for participating in a strike, turning a blind eye to farmer suicides, Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao has been resorting to autocratic rule,” said Jagan, official spokesperson of CPI (Maoist) Telangana Committee in a press release on Tuesday. TRS government’s rule over the past 16 months has been completely tyrannical, oppressing the aspirations of people belonging to all sections, further said Jagan.

KCR has come into power stating that ‘Maoists Agenda is My Agenda.’ But after assuming power he is encouraging fake encounters. Maoists Shruthi and Vidyasagar have been killed in a fake encounter only to ensure that mining resources in the Godavari basin are entrusted to multi-national corporations.

People have to teach a lesson to KCR by boycotting the bypoll, urged Jagan in the press release.

Jagan also alleged that BJP Government at Centre is resorting to anti-minority tactics, thus spreading fear and insecurity among minorities in the country. He also found fault with Congress for neglecting people’s issues and concerns.

Stressing that people’s problems will not be solved in the present political set-up, CPI(Maoist) urged the boycott of Warangal bypoll in the press release.


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