CPM Flays KCR, Naidu for Driving People on Illusions

Marxist (CPM), Raghavulu said, the chief ministers are trying to attract investment at a time where the entire world is facing financial crisis.

Published: 26th October 2015 05:05 AM  |   Last Updated: 26th October 2015 05:18 AM   |  A+A-


NALGONDA:Criticising the chief ministers of the twin Telugu states of driving people on illusions and making foreign tours in the name of attracting investments, CPM politburo member BV Raghavulu said the governments should utilise the available manpower to strengthen the states.

Addressing the party cadre at the state plenary meeting of the Communist party of India - Marxist (CPM), Raghavulu said the chief ministers are trying to attract investment at a time where the entire world is facing financial crisis.

“A majority of the countries in the world are facing financial crisis and at this juncture no country is willing to invest in other countries. Even China is undertaking domestic reforms to get rid of their own financial problems.  Taking China as a role model, both the CMs should focus on best utilisation of available man power to emerge powerful”, opined Raghavulu.

He slammed Prime Minister Modi and BJP for following communal agenda and alleged the government is dividing people in the name of cow slaughter and removing reservation to weaker sections.

The state plenary meetings of CPM was inaugurated at Nagarjunasagar in Nalgonda district on Sunday by senior woman leader Mallu Swarajyam by hoisting the party flag.

CPM Telangana state secretary Tammineni Veerebhadram said people of the state are fed up with the anti-people rule of KCR. He said Warangal Lok Sabha byelection is a referendum to KCR’s rule. He claimed that common candidate of left parties will win the seat with the support of people.

He said anti-establishment feelings are growing across the country. If the government does not realise it, the people will express their anger in the form of agitations similar to those before formation of Telangana.

Educationist and former MLC Chukka Ramaiah expressed his displeasure on privatisation of key sectors like health and education. In this regard, irrespective of parties all must unite against privatisation, he said. He suggested to the government to address the issues pertaining to poor.

The first day of the plenary ended with speeches of leaders and inauguration activities. On the second day on on Monday the party representatives are expected to discuss the party position in the state and changing politics in the nation and role of the party.

Seven CPM Activists Injured in Road Mishap

Nalgonda: Seven CPM activists were injured as a Scorpio overturned at Kondamallepally of Devarkonda mandal on Sunday. One of the injured is in critical condition. According to police, the CPM activists from Hyderabad were on the way to Nagarjunasagar for the party’s three-day plenary meet, in a SUV. The speeding vehicle overturned at Konda Mallepally outskirts. Balu, Jaipal, Ramachandraiah, Mallesh, Latheef and driver Yadaiah were injured.  Yadaiah has sustained serious injuries and the others were administered first aid at local primary health centres and later moved to Hyderabad for better treatment. Top CPM party leaders BV Raghavulu, Tammineni Veerabhadhram, Chukka Ramaiah who were also heading for the plenary meet helped their comrades reach the hospital.


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