Will Fight Govt's Policies: CPM

Published: 27th October 2015 04:38 AM  |   Last Updated: 27th October 2015 04:38 AM   |  A+A-

NALGONDA: CPM Telangana state secretary Tammineni Veerabhadram said the party is ready to support Asha workers as long as they continue their stir to get justice.

The party has taken decision on several issues in the interests of poor people in the state as the plenary meetings going on here entered second day on Monday.

Briefing the party decisions to media in Nagarjunasagar, Tamminen said the party resolved to support Asha workers financially through collecting donations from various quarters of people. On the appeal by the state leaders, the party activists donated about Rs. 1,02,000 to support the fighting Asha workers.

A special fund raising programme will be carried out on October 31 for the benefit of Asha workers.  The party also resolved to continue agitations demanding reinstatement of the removed 1200 municipal workers.

The party wants to take up online campaign against the government policies.

The party is holding a state level meeting on November 4 to discuss land distribution to poor. If the government does not respond, the party wants to identify the lands and occupy planting red flags. The party suspects that the double bed room scheme is only for the benefit of TRS followers. They also questioned the project re-designing whether it is for commissions or for farmers. A massive procession with left parties against the anti-people and anti-farmers policies of Telangana government is going to be organised by the party.

The party also resolved for crop loan waiver in single payment and moratorium on private money lenders.


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