The Opposition parties offered an unified call to combat against the anti-peoples policies of the TRS and BJP governments at the state and Centre respectively.The Opposition celebrations
, consisting of the Congress and the TDP and other Left celebrations, and others like balladeers Gaddar and Vimalakka shared the platform at the closing event of the CPI ‘Poru Baata’, conducted by its State secretary Chada Venkat Reddy and others, and took part in a well-attended public meeting at Circus Premises here on Sunday.Participating as primary
visitor, CPI National secretary Suravaram Sudhakar Reddy advised that the Telangana state was not accomplished only by the TRS and added that they would fight for social justice for all in the State. Releasing a scathing attack versus Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao for tricking individuals with false pledges of Dalit as CM, 3 acres of land to Dalits and double-bedroom houses, to name a few, he flayed the CM for praising the Nizam rulers.Attacks on rise Charging the NDA federal government with adopting anti-peoples policies, which had pressed the economy into a decline and a fall in GDP rate in the country, he stated attacks on Dalits and Muslims had actually increased. Rajya Sabha MP and CPI national leader D. Raja stated that the attacks on Dalits and tribals had actually increased in TRS routine in the state. He likewise flayed the BJP government at the Centre for scrapping the Preparation Commission and introducing the NITI Aayog to benefit just the corporate sectors.TPCC president N Uttam Kumar Reddy recalled that the CPI was in the leading edge of Telangana statehood motion. “People have actually expected that their lives would be altered in Telangana state. However, in the TRS regime all areas of society including dalits, tribals, minorities and BCs were tricked and harassed,”he said. The farm sector was pushed into crises with no MSP to their produce, he included. He flayed the TRS federal government for not taking actions to revive the Nizam Sugar Factory and forcing the farmers to come on to the roads.Colourful rally CPIM State secretary Thammineni Veerabhadram, TDP State president L. Ramana, CPI national leader K.
Narayana, TDP national leader E. Peddi Reddy, and others also spoke. Previously, the CPI activists took out a vibrant cultural rally from arena to the Circus premises. The cultural troupe members enthralled the event.